Example sentences for: deeming

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

  • Critics declare Bonnard's landscapes, nudes, and self-portraits more than dated Impressionism, deeming them "[s]ome of the most extraordinary paintings of his quickly ending century" (Christopher Benfey, Slate ). They say that his dreamlike images show a "Proustian" concern with the mechanics of perception and that his later nudes are "tinged with necrophilia" (Francine Prose, the Wall Street Journal ). (MoMA's site serves up a slew of paintings.)

  • It must be said, however, that the rate at which Congress is deeming things "inappropriate " is down slightly from the 1997-8 session, when during a two-year period the word "inappropriate " appeared in the CR 824 times.

  • By framing the issue as "sensitivity," the Post avoided taking responsibility for deeming Bauer's closed-door meetings an important issue.

  • The Whitney attempts to redeem the Realist painter from his reputation as a vapid schlockmeister, deeming him a precursor to Abstract Expressionism.

  • Even before the treaty, the United States had decided to destroy its chemical arsenal, deeming it a needless headache.

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