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deliberate
used in All Quiet on the Western Front

2 meanings, 3 uses
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1  —1 use as in:
deliberate insult
Definition
to do something intentionally (do it on purpose)
  • Then as if deliberately the fire dies down again.
    Chapter 4 (51% in)
deliberately = intentionally
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2  —2 uses as in:
a deliberate thinker
Definition
done with great care — often slowly
  • The peasants wrap up their booty with the utmost solemnity, and then get out their big pocket knives, and slowly and deliberately cut off a slice of bread for themselves from their supply and with every mouthful take a piece of the good tough sausage and so reward themselves with a good feed.
    Chapter 8 (43% in)
deliberately = with great care
  • We do it ceremonially, we stretch our legs out in front of us and spit deliberately, that is the only way.
    Chapter 7 (32% in)
deliberately = with great care
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