inconsiderateness

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

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His inconsiderateness has been a pair of spectacles to me for months.

If they do it inadvertently, it is carelessness; if designedly, inconsiderateness.

That they be done in prudence, and not with folly, rashness, or inconsiderateness.

Their inconsiderateness, their indifference to the comfort of their passengers.

Her dearest friends, her own brother were prodigies of inconsiderateness.

Perhaps I had too rashly over-leaped conventionalities; and he, like St. John, saw impropriety in my inconsiderateness.

We must beware of the indolence that lays upon Providence the burden of troubles that are really due to our own inconsiderateness.

Or who in such straits, would permit themselves to be distracted either by Hypocrisy or Inconsiderateness?

He is a thoroughly admirable person in all but his inconsiderateness in this waste of a precious life.

Baulked of his quarry by the inconsiderateness of the mate, Jerry trotted back to the head of the companion to wait for Skipper.

WORD ORIGIN

late 15c., "done thoughtlessly," literally "not properly considered," from Latin inconsideratus "headstrong, unadvised, thoughtless," from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + consideratus (see consider). Related: Inconsiderately; inconsiderateness.

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