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deliberate
used in A Man Named Dave

12 uses
  • Between Stephen and my work, I deliberately stayed to myself.
    p. 285.5
  • After a few minutes of fishing, I deliberately kept the pink salmon egg bait just above the water.
    p. 18.9
  • "David," Steve said in a deliberate, slow voice, gripping me by the shoulders, "your father .... he's not going to make it.
    p. 68.6
  • Looking down at Father, I felt that Mother had deliberately manipulated this situation, calling me only after Father was unable to utter a single syllable.
    p. 75.5
  • In a deliberate tone I replied, "I need to see her.
    p. 82.3
  • I deliberately remained stoic.
    p. 88.4
  • Knowing that Grandmother was getting older, I had made sure when I called her hours ago that I deliberately downplayed the drama of Father's condition.
    p. 95.9
  • When you deliberately went out of your way not to lift a finger.
    p. 112.8
  • As meticulous as it was—every item, no matter how small or how many, was placed in such a deliberate fashion—I could not find a single picture of Mother.
    p. 141.3
  • I deliberately wanted Mother to repeat herself so she knew exactly what she had just stated.
    p. 211.9
  • So not to upset her, I had deliberately tried to keep her in the dark.
    p. 256.9
  • I didn't want anyone to think I had violated their trust, so I confessed to the group the advances that Jerry had instructed me to keep to myself, and that I felt Jerry was deliberately isolating me from the staff.
    p. 278.3

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