Picture for DeemDeem is a verb which entered the lexicons in around the 17th century. The two judges of the Isle of Man were then called ‘deemsters’.
Deem means to consider or judge something or someone.

Pronunciation: deem

Meanings of Deem

1. To judge or consider
2. To hold as an opinion
3. To regard as

Master’s Tip to Learn Deem

Deem can be remembered by referring to the often heard phrase ‘deemed university’. This phrase means that the institute has been judged and granted this status of autonomy for performing well.

Sentence examples for Deem:

1. The principal will take whatever action she deems appropriate in this case.
2. I deem it fitting that we mark this solemn occasion with a day of prayer and thanksgiving.

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