Deliberate in a sentence

Use Deliberate in a sentence


Meaning: [verb]to think over deeply ; [adjective]intended or planned

Jurors deliberated for less than three hours before reaching their latest decision.

Ottawa police confirmed Sunday that the fire was deliberately set.

The jury deliberated for eight days before returning five guilty verdicts.

This statement on drug usage was deliberately published to harm his career as a sportsman.

Tempe police say what the 27-year-old Baxter did was deliberate.

Jean-Claude Juncker deliberately chose to deliver his warning in German.

Walk slowly and deliberately looking out for anything that catches your eye.

Beijing saw this as a deliberate provocation and held a grudge for some time.

Her attorney would have to show there was a deliberate attempt to smear her reputation.

The government also accuses India of deliberately worsening the embargo – something India denies.

He said warring parties had taken “seemingly deliberate decision to put civilians in harm’s way”.