Example sentences for: deemed

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

  • The no-privilege decision by Judge Norma Johnson--actually still under seal and leaked to the papers by lawyers involved in the case (who thereby continue to flirt with sanction by Judge Johnson)--is deemed a "stunning legal defeat" for Clinton by the NYT and rated a "major victory" for Ken Starr by "USA Today . The Washington Post and the NYT add that Judge Johnson also ruled against Clinton's invocation of attorney-client privilege to shield his top aides, holding that Clinton could not use government-paid lawyers to aid his defense in a criminal investigation.

  • A plot in which Eastwood, as a cat burglar, spies Hackman, as the U.S. president, murdering his mistress is deemed cartoonish and incredible.

  • Bradley , was a turning point, for it deemed that voluntary "white flight" from urban centers was beyond the power of the courts to remedy.

  • The Practice is deemed the ER of law.

  • An ex-CIA agent's thriller about a skirt-chasing spy's ascent to the presidency is deemed "Primary Colors written with imagination" (Christopher Lehmann-Haupt, the New York Times ). Although critics praise McCarry's entertaining prose and quirky characters, they focus more on the similarities between the sexaholic protagonist and Bill Clinton.


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