deliberateness

NOUN
  1. the trait of thoughtfulness in action or decision
    he was a man of judicial deliberation
  2. a rate demonstrating an absence of haste or hurry
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How To Use deliberateness In A Sentence

  • Someone who can, in all deliberateness, actually give forth that depraved statement would do well, truly, to reconsider or shut up.
  • It was history's odd timing: A great historical rupture in the Arab world, bearing within it the promise of remaking a flawed political tradition that knew no middle ground between despotism and nihilistic violence, happened on the watch of an American president proud of his deliberateness and his detachment from history's passions. Obama's Holbrooke Moment
  • At the tank, traffic splits into two lone channels through which thousands of humans will pass, their papers and cars reshuffled by guards who work with the deliberateness of furious watchmakers. La Frontera
  • It is by this noble slowness that the highest minds faintly emulate that inconceivable deliberateness and delicacy of gradation with which solar systems are built and worlds habilitated. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 07, No. 43, May, 1861 Creator
  • This started out an exercise designed to tame my mind, to approach my life in words with a deliberateness that can only come by stamping on the breaks. Quiet City
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  • You can see the deliberateness with which the scholar seeks his material after he gets going, but a poet never lives in that way at all.
  • He claimed the Afikaans community had granted the new government sufficient time to prove its bona fides and felt there was an element of "deliberateness" which could no longer be suffered in silence. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • That being said, one was undeniably richer in its deliberateness. Field & Stream's Best Hunting Story Contest: Final Week (Week Four)
  • It is has a sense of heightened unreality, a deliberateness that gives the characters depth despite occasionally too-smooth dialogue.
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