unconsidered[ kuh n-sid-erd ]SEE DEFINITION OF unconsidered
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNCONSIDERED
Miss Amabel was pure Addington in all her unconsidered impulses.
It had been a cruel letter, but unconsidered, like the tantrum of a child.
Was it for an unconsidered and foolish whim that they came to me, then?
And a part of it was the unconsidered language of a loving woman.
It would delight a gatherer-up of unconsidered trifles to see one of them.
The surprise placed in his mouth ardent, unconsidered words.
This is felt as a difficulty by women, while it is unnoticed and unconsidered by men.
Law is to be of no private, sudden, unconsidered administration.
I did not believe that she was generally guilty of unconsidered speech.
Electra struck her hands together in a passionate, unconsidered gesture.