Intentionally, or after deliberation; not accidentally.(adverb)
Taking one's time, slowly and carefully.(adverb)
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Use "deliberately" in a sentence
"Suppose you were in my place and I in yours, and you had told me never -- _never_ to take the pointers out to run hares, and I knew I was disobeying you, and yet I had done it deliberately -- _deliberately_ disobeyed you -- what would you do? ""
"I use the title deliberately to remind you that he laid claim to it through his wife."
"Was the term deliberately chosen for its vagueness?"