calculatingly calculatingly


  • (adv) in a calculating manner


  1. To deliberately and calculatingly depict public people as shallow, intolerant, cold and inept, with no truths or facts to back up the portrayals, is nothing short of malevolent.
  2. Thereafter, Comrade Stalin patiently and calculatingly nursed his grudge against Comrade Trotsky.
  3. Dave Becka man who has never been known to brawl himselfused violence as calculatingly as a general uses artillery.


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  • "This case confirms our worst suspicions - that Assurant calculatingly denies coverage for catastrophic illnesses," Blumenthal said. "Assurant promised benefits, but abandons them when they face cancer and other devastating diseases."
    on Mar 16, 2007 By: Richard Blumenthal Source: Hartford Courant

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