deliberateness : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a rate demonstrating an absence of haste or hurry
- n the trait of thoughtfulness in action or decision
- But the senior investigator in Amstetten, Franz Polzer, said that the cruel deliberateness of Josef Fritzl's deed outstripped the Kampusch case "by far.
- Such deliberateness requires a whole different type of disorder, one that may rise to the level of true psychopathy.
- The slow, cheerful deliberateness with which he acknowledged each of his new admirers shone warmly, calming the nervous air of my stressed-out suburbanite waiting room.
News & Articles
- Steelers TE Johnson ready for long-awaited return
PITTSBURGH — The whistle sounded to end practice, and wave upon wave of Pittsburgh Steelers jogged off the field to the comfort of the locker room. Not David Johnson. To be honest, the tight end doesn't jog. Ever. Johnson moves with a deliberateness typically reserved for those with no particular place to go and no incentive to get there early.
Aug. 24, 2013 - Boston Herald
- Silvio Berlusconi in CNN International
The absence of deliberateness doesn't indeed rule out blame,Berlusconi told lawmakers in the Chamber of Deputies.
- Dave Tollefson in Newsday
This game of football is big-time about confidence and how you feel about yourself so you can do things with a little more deliberateness, and not question yourself,Tollefson said. "It's nice to have these guys believe in me."
- Edwin Denby in Seattle Post Intelligencer
He moves with American deliberateness,wrote the dance critic Edwin Denby of a performance of Robbins in the early 1940s. "So Robbins on the stage, by being very natural, looks different enough to be a god; and that a god should be just...