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acting false behavior or deliberate imitation; pretense; pretending. [1/5 definitions]
bring to cause to occur or change by way of persuasion, deliberate force, or natural consequences. [1/3 definitions]
brood to ponder or deliberate, often moodily, a single subject (usu. fol. by on or over). [1/7 definitions]
calculation deliberate scheming. [1/4 definitions]
cold shoulder a deliberate display of unresponsiveness or indifference, intended as a snub.
confer to deliberate together; hold a discussion. [1/2 definitions]
conscious fully intended; deliberate. [1/3 definitions]
consult to deliberate; confer (usu. fol. by with). [1/4 definitions]
dereliction deliberate failure to fulfill one's responsibilities or obligations. [2 definitions]
first-degree murder a premeditated murder, carried out with deliberate intention to kill.
fraud deliberate deception or trickery used for unfair or illegal advantage. [1/3 definitions]
germ warfare the deliberate contamination of an enemy's territory with disease germs.
hyperbole in rhetoric, an obvious and deliberate exaggeration or overstatement, intended for effect and not to be taken literally, such as "He had a million excuses". (Cf. litotes.)
inflate to raise (the general price level), as by deliberate government action. [1/5 definitions]
intended planned and done with complete awareness; intentional; deliberate. [1/3 definitions]
intentional done on purpose; deliberate; premeditated. [1/2 definitions]
knowing with intention; deliberate. [1/4 definitions]
measured restrained; deliberate. [1/3 definitions]
murder the deliberate and illegal killing of a person. [1/5 definitions]
nondeliberate combined form of deliberate.
obscurantism a deliberate lack of clarity or directness of expression, as in certain styles of art or literature. [1/2 definitions]