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deliberate
used in Unbroken by Hillenbrand

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Definition
to do something intentionally (do it on purpose)
  • He told Louie that some of his rival coaches were ordering their runners to sharpen their spikes and slash him. Louie dismissed the warning, certain that no one would do such a thing deliberately.
    p. 41.5
deliberately = intentionally
  • Louie made a deliberate effort to avoid thinking about the men who had died, and had to push away the memory of the gurgling voice in the water.
    p. 129.2
  • deliberate = intentional
  • That day in the center of the Pacific was, to him, a gift crafted deliberately, compassionately, for him and Phil.
    p. 166.7
  • deliberately = intentionally
  • Louie and the other men were kept there for about eight hours a day, but they worked only when the Bird was around, and even then, they deliberately stitched the leather improperly.
    p. 241.8
deliberately = intentionally
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