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deliberate
used in Main Street

7 uses
  • Deliberately bamboozling me into going up there tonight.
    Chapter 25 (46% in)
  • I'm not narrow, but I must say I don't see any use in this deliberately dragging in immorality!
    Chapter 5 (44% in)
  • But she was a deliberate and joyous spendthrift in her preparations for her first party, the housewarming.
    Chapter 6 (40% in)
  • Miss Villets stiffened, and attacked: "It may be all very well in cities, where they have unlimited funds, to let nasty children ruin books and just deliberately tear them up, and fresh young men take more books out than they are entitled to by the regulations, but I'm never going to permit it in this library!"
    Chapter 7 (94% in)
  • She deliberately misunderstood.
    Chapter 10 (95% in)
  • First you deliberately fire some question at him that you know darn well he can't answer—any fool could see you were experimenting with him—and then you shock him by talking of mistresses or something, like you were doing just now——"
    Chapter 14 (73% in)
  • Um, well, maybe, but——Carrie, you always talk so much about getting all you can out of life, and not letting the years slip by, and here you deliberately go and deprive yourself of a lot of real good home pleasure by not enjoying people unless they wear frock coats and trot out——
    Chapter 14 (89% in)

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