inconsiderate

[ in-kuhn-sid-er-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF inconsiderate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCONSIDERATE

Sometimes it is conferred by an unfriendly and inconsiderate hand.

The proposition will stand, whatever may happen to the inconsiderate head.

Often it is impossible to tell what inconsiderate trifle puts her off her stride.

This worthless life is too valuable for inconsiderate squandering.

We, O Clearchus, are not so foolish or so inconsiderate; 22.

As I read the passage, I could not but feel that the master was rather selfish and inconsiderate.

And, should she have been inconsiderate, he will be celebrated for his generosity and forbearance.

And then—it was most inconsiderate, most painful to Mr Neeld—she began to cry.

I have been blind, inconsiderate; but I am seeing light at last.

I do think it's inconsiderate of them to admit the public to the parks.

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