deliberateness


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Synonyms for deliberateness

a rate demonstrating an absence of haste or hurry

the trait of thoughtfulness in action or decision

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The challenge of balancing these two processes may explain the seeming deliberateness of the PLAN's pace in designing and commencing construction of its next aircraft carrier.
We need, for example, to recover a certain sense of deliberateness and calm," he said.
Self-interest suggests a deliberateness and consciousness of reason at odds with Hume's analysis.
Most children, and adults for that matter, never dedicate themselves to skill development with the same deliberateness, methodology and guidance of child prodigies because, in most cases, they lack the opportunity, guidance or motivation.
We have always worked to be a leader when it comes to using technology to better serve citizens," said Gary Cavin, Columbus CIO, "and this is another example of that deliberateness.
Burton demonstrates in his essay that there is "an artfulness" and a deliberateness attached to the Afro-Caribbean politics of naming.
I keep wanting to say this is an elegant book, but that's not enough to convey my meaning: that there isn't a word wasted, that there is a deliberateness in its every moment and movement, no matter how small.
As the narrator records, "His manner at these moments was frigid and abstract; his eyes were vacant in expression; while his voice, usually a rich tenor, rose into a treble which would have sounded petulantly but for deliberateness and entire distinction of the enunciation" ("Murders" 533).
Del Toro deliberateness in every aspect of the film--lighting, colors, Kaiju skin texture, and even the nut and bolt details on the Jaegers--suggests that his simultaneous upholding and undermining of the trope of American exceptionalism is, likewise, deliberate.
Each of the brothers paces songs well, Tim with a marked deliberateness in enunciation.
But it is not so much the uncertain present as the future--"la primera luz gris del primer dia de su viaje, de un manana inmediato que ella no vislumbra y yo no se ya imaginar, su porvenir ignorado y perdido en la gran noche de los tiempos" (958)--, and a future that may or will have been dislocated and terminally compromised by something we did or did not do, something I did or not, something they did, either intentionally or distractedly, confidently or fearfully, hurriedly or with all possible deliberateness and slowness: such is the "night of the times" that gives a title to Antonio Munoz Molina's 2009 novel.
While the concepts of influence and reciprocity may strike some people as overly deliberate, the reality is that the greater good of camp deserves great deliberateness.
1) As Keathley recognizes, this cinephilic mode of viewing requires a heightened deliberateness in the context of "Classical Hollywood's continuity system, with its linchpin formal devices of centering and matching" (38).
Organizations in certain environments seek predictable transitions and integration, desire legacy systems to generate order, seek preventative cures that enhance efficiencies, emphasize deliberateness, and are willing to work through formally recognized institutions.
It is a result of either forgetfulness (while writing Chapter XXIV Marx was seriously ill with furunculosis) or deliberateness.