He answered each question with a head-of-state sort of deliberateness.
As she did not reply to this, he gazed at her in gloomy silence for a while, and then spoke with a certain stern deliberateness.
But his work went on steadily, for such was the deliberateness of his purpose.
He has not the calmness of dispassionate judgment and the deliberateness necessary to be a good judge of men.
And with that deliberateness which always characterized him, he set about it at once.
The charm of his song is its clearness of tone and deliberateness of utterance.
The words fell from her lips with a steady, cruel, deliberateness.
I felt at once his deliberateness and personal dignity, and was a little in awe of him.
The element of deliberateness in it passed, as so much passed, over his head.
Joan worked with the deliberateness and intentness of a man.
early 15c., "done with careful consideration," from Latin deliberatus "resolved upon, determined," past participle of deliberare (see deliberation). Meaning "slow, consciously unhurried" is attested by 1590s. Related: Deliberately.
1540s, from Latin deliberatus, past participle of deliberare (see deliberation). Related: Deliberated; deliberating.