inconsiderate


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in·con·sid·er·ate

 (ĭn′kən-sĭd′ər-ĭt)
adj.
1. Thoughtless of others; displaying a lack of consideration: It is inconsiderate to make noise when people are trying to study.
2. Archaic Not well considered or carefully thought out; ill-advised: an inconsiderate notion.

in′con·sid′er·ate·ly adv.
in′con·sid′er·ate·ness, in′con·sid′er·a′tion (-ā′shən) n.

inconsiderate

(ˌɪnkənˈsɪdərɪt)
adj
1. lacking in care or thought for others; heedless; thoughtless
2. rare insufficiently considered
ˌinconˈsiderately adv
ˌinconˈsiderateness, ˌinconˌsiderˈation n

in•con•sid•er•ate

(ˌɪn kənˈsɪd ər ɪt)

adj.
1. lacking regard for the rights or feelings of others.
2. thoughtless; heedless.
3. overhasty; rash.
[1425–75; late Middle English < Latin]
in`con•sid′er•ate•ly, adv.
in`con•sid′er•ate•ness, in`con•sid`er•a′tion, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.inconsiderate - lacking regard for the rights or feelings of others; "shockingly inconsiderate behavior"
selfish - concerned chiefly or only with yourself and your advantage to the exclusion of others; "Selfish men were...trying to make capital for themselves out of the sacred cause of civil rights"- Maria Weston Chapman
tactless, untactful - lacking or showing a lack of what is fitting and considerate in dealing with others; "in the circumstances it was tactless to ask her age"
thoughtless - showing lack of careful thought; "the debate turned into thoughtless bickering"
considerate - showing concern for the rights and feelings of others; "friends considerate enough to leave us alone"
2.inconsiderate - without proper consideration or reflection; "slovenly inconsiderate reasoning"; "unconsidered words"; "prejudice is the holding of unconsidered opinions"
thoughtless - showing lack of careful thought; "the debate turned into thoughtless bickering"

inconsiderate

inconsiderate

adjective
Devoid of consideration for others' feelings:
Translations
غَير مُبالٍ بِمشاعِر الآخرين
netaktní
hensynsløstankeløs
tillitslaus
negalvojantis apie kitusnekreipimas dėmesio į kitus
neuzmanīgsnevērīgs
brezobzirenneobziren

inconsiderate

[ˌɪnkənˈsɪdərɪt] ADJ [behaviour, person] → desconsiderado
how inconsiderate of him!¡qué falta de consideración de su parte!
to be inconsiderate to sbno tener consideración con algn

inconsiderate

[ˌɪnkənˈsɪdərət] adj
(= discourteous) [action] → inconsidéré(e)
[person] → qui n'a pas de considération
to be inconsiderate → ne pas avoir de considération

inconsiderate

adjrücksichtslos; (in less critical sense: = not thinking) → unaufmerksam

inconsiderate

[ˌɪnkənˈsɪdrɪt] adj (person) → privo/a di riguardo; (behaviour) → poco gentile

inconsiderate

(inkənˈsidərət) adjective
not showing thought for the feelings, rights etc of other people; thoughtless. It was inconsiderate of you to arrive without telephoning first.
ˌinconˈsiderateness noun

inconsiderate

a. desconsiderado-a.
References in classic literature ?
I know you will not misinterpret the motive which has led me to write these lines; I know you will not think that I am inconsiderate enough to cause you unnecessary alarm.
I suppose you mean well; but it is very inconsiderate,--very
The angles of a Square (and still more those of an equilateral Triangle), being much more pointed than those of a Pentagon, and the lines of inanimate objects (such as houses) being dimmer than the lines of Men and Women, it follows that there is no little danger lest the points of a square or triangular house residence might do serious injury to an inconsiderate or perhaps absent-minded traveller suddenly therefore, running against them: and as early as the eleventh century of our era, triangular houses were universally forbidden by Law, the only exceptions being fortifications, powder-magazines, barracks, and other state buildings, which it is not desirable that the general public should approach without circumspection.
Often it is impossible to tell what inconsiderate trifle puts her off her stride.
He at length concluded with again blaming the action as inconsiderate, and which, he said, was pardonable only in a child.
It was the fussy, sentimental, inconsiderate interest in one thrown into purely accidental and necessarily painful prominence - the vulgarization of an unspeakable tragedy - that my soul abhorred.
The Vicar, notwithstanding medical assurance that the boy was no longer infectious, received him with suspicion; he thought it very inconsiderate of the doctor to suggest that his nephew's convalescence should be spent by the seaside, and consented to have him in the house only because there was nowhere else he could go.
You will always be the same size--and the same saucy, inconsiderate Glass Cat, with pink brains and a hard ruby heart.
But his death 'will be the seed' of many disciples who will convince them of their evil ways, and will come forth to reprove them in harsher terms, because they are younger and more inconsiderate.
They advanced towards a theatre that stood on one side of the meadow decked with carpets and boughs, where they were to plight their troth, and from which they were to behold the dances and plays; but at the moment of their arrival at the spot they heard a loud outcry behind them, and a voice exclaiming, "Wait a little, ye, as inconsiderate as ye are hasty
Reckless, inconsiderate acceptance of him; to close with him at the altar, revealing nothing, and chancing discovery; to snatch ripe pleasure before the iron teeth of pain could have time to shut upon her: that was what love counselled; and in almost a terror of ecstasy Tess divined that, despite her many months of lonely self-chastisement, wrestlings, communings, schemes to lead a future of austere isolation, love's counsel would prevail.
Although her disposition was gay and in many respects inconsiderate, yet she paid the greatest attention to every gesture of my aunt.