Example sentences for: deemed

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

  • Gay rights activists deemed it a triumph of "our common humanity" that paves the way for similar rights nationally.

  • Most critics find little resemblance between German director Wolfgang Petersen's "hokey" action flick and his near-classic Das Boot . Harrison Ford's turn as a U.S. president who goes mano a mano with Russian hijackers aboard his official plane is deemed a "14-year-old boy's fantasy of being president" (David Denby, New York ). Reflecting a general weariness with the summer's Hollywood fare, The New Yorker 's Terrence Rafferty writes, "Let's hope they don't get any sillier than this."

  • That is, the doctor is not supposed to express his loathing or disgust at the manifestations of some horrible affliction, nor is it deemed proper for him to assume an accusatory posture reflected in expressions like, What a fool you are for having exposed yourself to the Malay waste-away !

  • An analysis using ORF, a program developed to recognize folds by comparing predicted secondary structures of proteins ([ 27]; we are unaware of a published detailed description of this method), identified MJ0301 as a homolog of DHPS, although, given the low sequence similarity, a convergent origin of the relationship between MJ0301 and DHPS was deemed likely (there seems to be a terminological confusion involved here, but we are quoting the results of the original computational analysis of this protein as they have been presented).

  • Dibasic esters were ultimately selected because they performed better than n-methyl pyrrolidone and were deemed "safer."


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