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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."