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Definition of "deeming" []

  • Present participle of deem. (verb)

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Use "deeming" in a sentence
  • "As for the democrats calling people un-American who disagree with them, it reminds me of Stalin deeming those who disagreed with him to be mentally ill or Hitler labeling his dissenters as enemies of the state."
  • "Second -- and more importantly (as somebody could argue that the DoD had a conflict in deeming them a success) -- the context of the current discussion is to evaluate the "safety" of the EELV for human spaceflight."
  • "Notwithstanding Mary Wolstoncraft's many sins, much wrong is generally done to her memory in deeming her an utter infidel."
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