inconsiderately

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

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But did he refuse the obligation so inconsiderately thrust upon him?

I had completed my arrangements, when you so inconsiderately bought the htel.

Impulse must not be inconsiderately indulged, it must be governed.

In ordinary Greek, the word εἰκῆ means "heedlessly, inconsiderately."

For they that think words are inconsiderable, will use them inconsiderately.

He reproved me, saying I behave too coldly and inconsiderately to Shubin.

English gentlemen were not in the habit of acting harshly or inconsiderately.

The two commissions with which, so inconsiderately, she was charged, how could she execute?

She was (they both thought) most inconsiderately waiting for them to "begin."

It does not act precipitately, inconsiderately, rashly, thoughtlessly.

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