Example sentences for: deemed

How can you use “deemed” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • If this drivel carries through to its logical conclusion we will have to stop writing and speaking altogether, for there will not be a single noun or adjective that will not be deemed offensive to some group, and if we cut speech down to simple verb forms we will end up sounding like a nation of boot-camp drill instructors: “Come!”

  • In fact, such a bargain might be deemed much more ruthless in the Clintons' case, as the wife's reason for tolerating her husband's misbehavior would probably be less a desire to keep up decent appearances than a desire to gain and retain power herself.

  • If the assumptions are not deemed tenable, then estimates from a statistical analysis can only be used in conjunction with an assessment from a biological standpoint of what magnitude of adverse effect constitutes a "safe" concentration.

  • A Cambridge don's assessment of recent indictments of psychoanalysis--including its alleged sexism, pseudoscience, and ineffectiveness--is deemed "dispassionate" (Sarah Boxer, the New York Times Book Review ) by some, wishy-washy by others.

  • Thus, many patients deemed “low risk” for acute events within a period of time might still develop disease.


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