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deliberate
used in A Great and Terrible Beauty

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need to deliberate
Definition
to think about or discuss — especially with great care
  • "I see Felicity doesn't complicate the matter with too much deliberation.
    Chapter 23 (92% in)

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  • It's strange how deliberate people are after a death.
    Chapter 38 (72% in)
  • It looks deliberate to me, but I say only, "Oh," and look away.
    Chapter 9 (15% in)
  • His words are sharp and deliberate.
    Chapter 11 (75% in)
  • Miss Moore speaks slowly, deliberately.
    Chapter 12 (29% in)
  • "Shove off," Felicity growls, deliberately using bad language to intimidate her.
    Chapter 14 (88% in)
  • Felicity looks over at the fashionable crowd and turns her back on them, rather obviously and deliberately.
    Chapter 16 (5% in)
  • "The men," I say, speaking deliberately to Felicity.
    Chapter 17 (91% in)
  • The mothers laugh and miss again, deliberately, it would seem, so as to have their husbands stand close again.
    Chapter 26 (87% in)

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