considered


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con·sid·ered

 (kən-sĭd′ərd)
adj.
1. Reached after or carried out with careful thought; deliberate: my considered opinion; a considered policy involving a measured response to provocations.
2. Highly regarded; esteemed.

considered

(kənˈsɪdəd)
adj
1. presented or thought out with care: a considered opinion.
2. (qualified by a preceding adverb) esteemed: highly considered.

con•sid•ered

(kənˈsɪd ərd)

adj.
1. thought about with care: my considered opinion.
2. regarded with respect or esteem.
[1595–1605]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.considered - carefully weighed; "a considered opinion"
advised, well-advised - having the benefit of careful prior consideration or counsel; "a well-advised delay in carrying out the plan"

considered

adjective
1. Resulting from deliberation and careful thought:
2. Planned, weighed, or estimated in advance:
Translations

considered

adj opinionernsthaft

considered

[kənˈsɪdəd] adj it is my considered opinion that ...dopo lunga riflessione il mio parere è che ...
References in classic literature ?
There never was such a woman for givin' away vittles and drink, clothes and firin'," replied Hannah, who had lived with the family since Meg was born, and was considered by them all more as a friend than a servant.
Inquiries next morning brought the information, from the head of a rubber exporting firm with whom the professor was acquainted, that the Spaniard was regularly engaged in transporting parties into the interior, and was considered efficient, careful and as honest as pos- sible, considering the men he engaged as workers.
Ambrosch was considered the important person in the family.
Madame Ratignolle, when they had regained her cottage, went in to take the hour's rest which she considered helpful.
The name has appeared to find favor, and all things considered, it may possibly be quite as well to let it stand, instead of going back to the House of Hanover for the appellation of our finest sheet of water.
Thorndike considered whimsically that to send a man to jail with the memory of such a morning clinging to him was adding a year to his sentence.
Their sites had been anticipated by more urgent buildings and mining works, unfortunately not considered in the sanguine dreams of the enthusiasts, and, more significant still, their cost and expense had been also anticipated by the enormous outlay of their earnings in the work upon Devil's Ditch.
Matthew Maule, on the other hand, though an obscure man, was stubborn in the defence of what he considered his right; and, for several years, he succeeded in protecting the acre or two of earth which, with his own toil, he had hewn out of the primeval forest, to be his garden ground and homestead.
But there are other points to be considered besides his inclination.
Thus did the valiant Don Quixote right that wrong, and, thoroughly satisfied with what had taken place, as he considered he had made a very happy and noble beginning with his knighthood, he took the road towards his village in perfect self-content, saying in a low voice, "Well mayest thou this day call thyself fortunate above all on earth, O Dulcinea del Toboso, fairest of the fair
But now, since the argument has thus far prevailed, the only question which remains to be considered is, whether we shall do rightly either in escaping or in suffering others to aid in our escape and paying them in money and thanks, or whether in reality we shall not do rightly; and if the latter, then death or any other calamity which may ensue on my remaining here must not be allowed to enter into the calculation.
The Same Subject Continued, and Re-Eligibility of the Executive Considered From the Independent Journal.