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  • deem

    verb (transitive not in progressive) formal to think of something in a particular way; consider: deem that: They deemed that he was no longer capable of managing the business. | deem sth necessary/appropriate etc: They were told to take whatever…

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • deem

    [v] regard, consider account, allow, appraise, assume, be afraid, believe, calculate, conceive, conjecture, credit, daresay, divine, esteem, estimate, expect, feel, guess, hold, imagine, judge, know, presume, reckon, sense, set store by, suppose

    New thesaurus

  • deem

    [di:m] v [T not in progressive] formal [: Old English; Origin: deman] to think of something in a particular way or as having a particular quality = ↑consider deem that ▪ They deemed that he was no longer capable of managing the business. deem sth

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • deem

    verb many of these campaigns have been deemed successful Syn: consider, regard as, judge, adjudge, hold to be, view as, see as, take for, class as, count, find, suppose, reckon; think, believe to be, feel to be; formal esteem

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • Deem

    1. Ghettofied damn. Either meaning: 1. That's cool! 2. Oh that sucks! Nadia: Look at these awesome new kicks I got, they light up when I walk. Adriana: Deem!! That's happening! See damn, dem, tru 2. dmt crystals ,dimethyltryptamine DMT is a…

    Urban slang

  • deem

    verb Etymology: Middle English demen, from Old English dēman; akin to Old High German tuomen to judge, Old English dōm doom Date: before 12th century transitive verb to come to think or judge ; consider < deem

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • deem */

    UK [diːm] / US [dɪm] verb [transitive, never progressive] Word forms deem : present tense I/you/we/they deem he/she/it deems present participle deeming past tense deemed past participle deemed formal to consider that someone or something has a…

    English dictionary

  • deem

    verb /diːm/ a) To evaluate according to ones beliefs. She deemed his efforts insufficient. b) To hold as a personal opinion. Syn: consider

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  • deem

    *consider, regard, account, reckon Analogous words: conclude, gather, *infer

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  • deem

    is a fairly formal word, often used in legal contexts, for ‘judge, consider’, and is followed either by a complement without as or by a to infinitive: • He was a senior policeman, and as such deemed to be unflappable B. Mather, 1973 • In Ireland…

    Modern English usage

  • deem

    O.E. deman to judge, condemn, think, compute, from root of dom (see DOOM (Cf. doom)). Originally to pronounce judgment as well as to form an opinion. The two judges of the Isle of Man were called deemsters in 17c., a title formerly common…

    Etymology dictionary

  • deem

    [dēm] vt., vi. [ME deman &LT; OE deman, to judge, decree &LT; base of dom, DOOM1] to think, believe, or judge

    English World dictionary

  • deem

    used in taxonomy to indicate something that is not strictly true, e.g. a publication is deemed to be published by the author rather than by the actual publisher

    Dictionary of ichthyology

  • deem

    [ dim ] verb transitive never progressive FORMAL * to consider that someone or something has a particular quality: deem something necessary/important/appropriate etc.: The Commission will take as long as is deemed necessary to make its decision.…

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Deem

    This interesting surname of Scottish, Manx and English origin is an occupational name for a judge or arbiter or minor dispute deriving from the Old English pre 7th Century dem(e)ster or demere meaning to judge or pronounce judgement . The surname

    Surnames reference

  • deem

    To hold; consider; adjudge; believe; condemn; determine; treat as if; construe

    Black's law dictionary

  • deem

    v. a. == condemn. RG. 504 == judge. O. and N. 188

    Oldest English Words

  • deem

    [[t]di͟ːm[/t]] deems, deeming, deemed VERB If something is deemed to have a particular quality or to do a particular thing, it is considered to have that quality or do that thing. [FORMAL] [be V ed adj/n] French and German were deemed essential

    English dictionary

  • deem

    To hold; consider; adjudge; believe; condemn; determine; treat as if; construe

    Black's law dictionary

  • deem

    ► VERB formal ▪ regard or consider in a specified way. ORIGIN Old English, related to DOOM(Cf. ↑doomy)

    English terms dictionary

  • deem

    [diːm] verb [T] formal to decide that someone or something has a particular quality

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • deem

    v. (formal) (N; used with an adjective, noun) we deem her worthy of support * * * [diːm] (formal) (N; used with an adjective, noun) we deem her worthy of support

    Combinatory dictionary

  • deem

    diːm v. suppose, believe, estimate

    English contemporary dictionary

  • deem

    v think, judge, believe, imagine, presume; consider, estimate, calculate, hold, set down as; regard, view, look upon, see; suppose, surmise, fancy, take it, opine, Archaic. ween, count, reckon

    A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • deem

    [[t]dim[/t]] v. t. 1) to hold as an opinion; think: I deemed it wise to refuse[/ex] 2) archaic to form or have an opinion; believe; consider • Etymology: bef. 900; OE dēman; c. OHG tuomjan, ON døma

    From formal English to slang

  • deem

    I. v. a. Think, regard, consider, hold, believe, suppose, imagine, judge, count, account, look upon. II. v. n. Think, believe, suppose, opine, fancy, be of opinion

    New dictionary of synonyms

  • deem

    To judge; to determine or conclude upon consideration; to form a judgment. The word deem, as used in the federal statutes, providing that personal property of a serviceman shall not be deemed to have a situs for taxation in a state in which he is

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • deem

    deem·ster; mis·deem; re·deem; re·deem·abil·i·ty; re·deem·able; re·deem·er; re·deem·less; deem; deem·ster·ship; re·deem·ably; un·re·deem·ed·ly;

    English syllables

  • deem

    verb formal regard or consider in a specified way: the event was deemed a great success. Origin OE dēman, of Gmc origin

    English new terms dictionary

  • deem

    I verb account, adjudge, adopt an opinion, assume, be inclined to think, be of the opinion, be under the impression, believe, believe on consideration, call, conceive, conclude, consider, decide, determine, embrace an opinion, esteem, feel, form…

    Law dictionary

  • deem

    v.tr. formal regard, consider, judge (deem it my duty; was deemed sufficient). Etymology: OE deman f. Gmc, rel. to DOOM

    Useful english dictionary

  • deem

    /deem/, v.i. 1. to form or have an opinion; judge; think: He did not deem lightly of the issue. v.t. 2. to hold as an opinion; think; regard: He deemed it wise to refuse the offer. [bef. 900; ME demen, OE deman; c. Goth domjan, OHG tuomen; see…

    Universalium

  • deem

    I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. consider, judge, regard; assess; calculate, reckon (both inf.). See judgment. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. judge, assume, consider, regard; see believe 1 , consider 2 , think 1 . III (Roget s 3…

    English dictionary for students

  • Deem

    Deem, n. Opinion; judgment. [Obs.] Shak. [1913 Webster]

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Deem

    (d[=e]m), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Deemed} (d[=e]md); p. pr. & vb. n. {Deeming}.] [OE. demen to judge, condemn, AS. d[=e]man, fr. d[=o]m doom; akin to OFries. d[=e]ma, OS. ad[=o]mian, D. doemen, OHG. tuommen, Icel. d[ae]ma, Sw. d[ o]mma, Dan. d[…

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Deem

    Deem, v. i. 1. To be of opinion; to think; to estimate; to opine; to suppose. [1913 Webster] And deemest thou as those who pore, With aged eyes, short way before? Emerson. [1913 Webster] 2. To pass judgment. [Obs.] Spenser. [1913 Webster]

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • deem

    /dim / (say deem) verb (i) 1. to form or have an opinion; judge; think. –verb (t) 2. to hold as an opinion; think; regard. {Middle English demen, Old English dēman. See doom}

    Australian English dictionary

  • deem

    Synonyms and related words: account, account as, adjudge, adjudicate, allow, assume, be afraid, be judicious, believe, calculate, conceive, conclude, conjecture, consider, count, credit, daresay, deduce, divine, dream, esteem, estimate, exercise…

    Moby Thesaurus

  • deem

      Mana o

    English-Hawaiian dictionary



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