He now spoke in Delaware to his companions, and his address, though calm and deliberate
, seemed very decided.
One can't be too deliberate
,' Said Paul, 'in parting with one's pelf.
Now the power of election and censure are of the utmost consequence, and this, as has been said, in some states they entrust to the people; for the general assembly is the supreme court of all, and they have a voice in this, and deliberate
in all public affairs, and try all causes, without any objection to the meanness of their circumstances, and at any age: but their treasurers, generals, and other great officers of state are taken from men of great fortune and worth.
He and his wife made a picture which the imagination gratefully dwelt upon, and the simplicity of his love for her had a deliberate
His eyes narrowed disdainfully, he entered the room of the Minister of War with peculiarly deliberate
When I remembered the deliberate
and impertinent moralizing of Thackeray, the clumsy exegesis of George Eliot, the knowing nods and winks of Charles Reade, the stage-carpentering and limelighting of Dickens, even the fine and important analysis of Hawthorne, it was with a joyful astonishment that I realized the great art of Tourguenief.
There was something sacramental about the deliberate
attempt at murder here, at nine o'clock in the morning, in the Park
Another of his deliberate
tricks was one discovered by accident.
His was deliberate
creative genius, and, before he began a story or poem, the thing itself was already alive in his brain, with the end in sight and the means of realizing that end in his conscious possession.
But what turns my head and makes my gorge rise, is the cold-blooded, conscious, deliberate
cruelty and torment that is manifest behind ninety-nine of every hundred trained-animal turns.
And through it all moved the Iron Heel, impassive and deliberate
, shaking up the whole fabric of the social structure in its search for the comrades, combing out the Mercenaries, the labor castes, and all its secret services, punishing without mercy and without malice, suffering in silence all retaliations that were made upon it, and filling the gaps in its fighting line as fast as they appeared.