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deemed
used in Fearless

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Definition
believed or judged
  • Then, after a punishing ocean swim, they would be presented with their Trident and deemed SEALs by their brethren.
    p. 127.1
  • All information about the Naval Special Warfare Development Group, the SEALs, and individuals (including the use of real names) has already been published widely by the media and is deemed common knowledge.
    p. xiii.6
  • Deeming Adam either suicidal or "too big for his britches," he chose a more size-equitable boy, and when practice ended, Adam still hadn't gotten a turn.
    p. 21.2
  • U.S. intelligence, military leadership, and ultimately Commander in Chief and President George W. Bush deemed Iraq—more specifically, Iraqi president Saddam Hussein—the gravest threat to national security.
    p. 161.4

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