Example sentences for: deliberate

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

  • In the case of Japan, there is a compelling intellectual case for a recovery strategy based on the deliberate creation of "managed inflation."

  • The selection of American and British targets was evidently deliberate.

  • From late 1963 to early 1965, Logevall claims, the Johnson administration faced a deliberate choice about whether it should raise or lower the stakes in Vietnam: Make it an all-out test of will, which it became, or look for an excuse to leave--perhaps with the claim that the regime in the South had become too ill-behaved to be worth further U.S. support or lives.

  • Their plaintiff is "upbeat" (ABC's This Week With Sam and Cokie ) and "the rule of law is alive and well" (CBS's Face the Nation ). With the president's men falling silent (a deliberate strategy, said George Stephanopoulos on This Week ), the liberal pundits made the case against Jones: She has become a "pitiful pawn" (Al Hunt, CNN's Capital Gang ) of the wacko right, who are "making hay" (Steve Roberts, CNN's Late Edition ) and "diminishing the presidency" (Mark Shields, NewsHour With Jim Lehrer ) by dredging up Clinton's dirty laundry.

  • The problem with the idea of hate crime, aside from the fact that violent crime is inherently hateful, as you say, is that it doesn't distinguish between deliberate terrorism and acts that may be motivated in whole or in part by bigotry but don't have a purposeful agenda behind them.


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