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deliberate
used in The Bourne Identity

11 uses
  • And the sound had not been deliberate; it had not been loud enough or prolonged enough to signify a trap.
    Chapter 35 (67% in)
  • He doubled back into the Bahnhofstrasse, instinctively knowing that the Gemeinschaft Bank was a nearby building of off-white stone; it had been on the opposite side of the street on which he had just walked; he had passed it deliberately.
    Chapter 4 (45% in)
  • He could not move as fast as he might wish or with the strength he knew he had, but he could move deliberately.
    Chapter 7 (82% in)
  • He chose Cain deliberately.
    Chapter 16 (91% in)
  • A deliberate smokescreen of confusion, the contract itself fiction.
    Chapter 17 (71% in)
  • Deliberately.
    Chapter 18 (99% in)
  • Distinct, deliberate, two sets of shoes cautiously climbing the staircase.
    Chapter 21 (72% in)
  • He killed those men, that woman, like a madman on a deliberate rampage.
    Chapter 22 (70% in)
  • In the stillness the old man could hear the slow, deliberate breathing of the figure beyond the cloth.
    Chapter 28 (76% in)
  • And why had Delta deliberately used the name Washburn?
    Chapter 34 (20% in)
  • "With all deliberate speed," said Crawford, nodding.
    Chapter 35 (47% in)

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