Example sentences for: deemed

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

  • Three of its models were deemed "not acceptable" by the magazine, thanks to a design flaw--since fixed--that could have short-circuited the device.

  • When he proposed sending a CIA team into northern Afghanistan to meet with Massoud in August 2000, the idea was turned down; local helicopters were not deemed airworthy, and land access was too risky.

  • The good news: Reviewers deemed it his best State of the Union speech so far.

  • A passive lessor, or a person who has an equitable interest through such lessor, whose rental payments are not based, either directly or indirectly, upon the revenues or income from the affected unit shall not be deemed to be a holder of a legal, equitable, leasehold, or contractual interest for the purpose of holding or distributing allowances as provided in this subsection, during either the term of such leasehold or thereafter, unless expressly provided for in the leasehold agreement.

  • 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!”


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