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Syn. resolutely, determinedly, emphatically, knowingly, meaningfully, voluntarily, consciously, on purpose, purposively, willfully, premeditatedly, in cold blood, with malice aforethought, advisedly, after mature consideration, freely, independently, without any qualms, by design, premeditatively, designed, wittingly, intentionally, purposely, advisedly, predeterminately, with intent, all things considered, studiously, with a view to, with an eye to, pointedly, to that end, with eyes wide open*; see also carefully 2 .
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Deliberately — De*lib er*ate*ly, adv. With careful consideration, or deliberation; circumspectly; warily; not hastily or rashly; slowly; as, a purpose deliberately formed. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
deliberately — index knowingly, purposely Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary
deliberately — [adv] intentionally advisedly, after consideration, apurpose, by design, calculatingly, consciously, designed, determinedly, emphatically, freely, in cold blood, independently, knowingly, meaningfully, on purpose, pointedly, premeditatively,… … New thesaurus
deliberately — de|lib|er|ate|ly [ dı lıb(ə)rətli ] adverb ** 1. ) with a definite intention, not by chance or by accident: INTENTIONALLY: You did that deliberately, just to annoy me. The police believe the fire was started deliberately. Her voice was… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
deliberately */*/ — UK [dɪˈlɪb(ə)rətlɪ] / US adverb 1) with a definite intention, not by chance or by accident You did that deliberately, just to annoy me. Police believe the fire was started deliberately. Her voice was deliberately cool. 2) in a slow careful way He … English dictionary
deliberately — adverb a) Intentionally, or after deliberation; not accidentally. He deliberately broke that, didnt he? b) Taking ones time, slowly and carefully. After being called upon, he strode deliberately up to the blackboard … Wiktionary
deliberately — adv. Deliberately is used with these adjectives: ↑ambiguous, ↑cautious, ↑contrived, ↑cruel, ↑cultivated, ↑low key, ↑misleading, ↑obstructive, ↑offensive, ↑perverse, ↑provocative, ↑ … Collocations dictionary
deliberately — de|lib|er|ate|ly W3S3 [dıˈlıbərıtli] adv 1.) done in a way that is intended or planned = ↑on purpose, intentionally ↑intentionally ▪ He was deliberately trying to upset her. 2.) done or said in a slow careful way ▪ He shook his head slowly and… … Dictionary of contemporary English
deliberately — /dI lIbFritli/ adverb 1 done in a way that is intended or planned: I don t think he deliberately tried to shove you. | They re deliberately choosing a cautious policy. 2 done or said in a slow, careful way … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
deliberately — adverb 1) he deliberately hurt me Syn: intentionally, on purpose, purposely, by design, knowingly, wittingly, consciously, purposefully; willfully; Law with malice aforethought 2) he walked deliberately down the aisle Syn: carefully … Thesaurus of popular words
deliberately — adverb 1) he deliberately hurt me Syn: intentionally, on purpose, purposely, by design, knowingly, wittingly, consciously, wilfully 2) he walked deliberately down the aisle Syn: carefully, cautiously … Synonyms and antonyms dictionary