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deliberate
used in Sycamore Row

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1  —8 uses as in:
need to deliberate
Definition
to think about or discuss — especially with great care
  • When I'm finished, you will retire to the jury room and begin your deliberations.
    p. 623.4
  • Jake, Portia, and Harry Rex went straight to the jury deliberation room, which was empty at the moment.
    p. 488.7
  • The truth was that Judge Atlee did a fine job of eliminating those who might possibly begin deliberations with preconceived notions or prejudices.
    p. 499.1
  • You will be allowed to take all documents and exhibits back to the jury room when you begin your deliberations.
    p. 528.1
  • At 1:30, the jurors reassembled in the deliberation room, and there was not a single word uttered about the trial.
    p. 619.4
  • The longer I talk, the more distance I put between him and your deliberations, so I'll be brief.
    p. 619.7
  • There were no guidelines on jury deliberations.
    p. 624.2
  • It was a two-beer deliberation.
    p. 625.9

There are no more uses of "deliberate" flagged with this meaning in Sycamore Row.

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  • Lucien had deliberately fallen back into a twangier version of speech, in hopes that it might lure old Lonny here into the same habit.
    p. 505.1
  • Jake took a deep breath and deliberately considered the scenario.
    p. 26.7
  • Deliberately, she said, "When it was just the two of us, I called him Seth because that's what he wanted.
    p. 135.4
  • "Hello, Governor," Jake said in a deliberate effort to resume hard feelings.
    p. 167.5
  • Slowly, deliberately, he said, "You were a prosecutor, Rufus.
    p. 169.0
  • This was a deliberate effort to start the spin because Ozzie was also controlling damage.
    p. 377.3
  • There was no deliberate effort to kill, nothing premeditated.
    p. 378.5
  • Nothing about those experiences would alter their ability to deliberate in the case at hand.
    p. 491.0
  • Deliberately, he said, "What?"
    p. 502.1

There are no more uses of "deliberate" in Sycamore Row.

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