unconsidered


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un·con·sid·ered

 (ŭn′kən-sĭd′ərd)
adj.
Not reasoned or considered; rash: an unconsidered remark.

unconsidered

(ˌʌnkənˈsɪdəd)
adj
1. not considered; disregarded
2. done without consideration
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unconsidered - 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"

unconsidered

adjective
Translations

unconsidered

[ˈʌnkənˈsɪdəd] ADJ (= hasty) [comment, decision, action] → irreflexivo, precipitado
unconsidered triflespequeñeces fpl sin ninguna importancia

unconsidered

adj fact etcunberücksichtigt; (= rash) action etcunbedacht, unüberlegt; he was an unconsidered outsiderer war ein Außenseiter, auf den niemand achtete
References in classic literature ?
AFTER waiting many a weary day to revenge himself upon a Lion for some unconsidered manifestation of contempt, a Skunk finally saw him coming, and posting himself in the path ahead uttered the inaudible discord of his race.
Indeed to neglect surrounding a city with a wall would be similar to choosing a country which is easy of access to an enemy, or levelling the eminences of it; or as if an individual should not have a wall to his house lest it should be thought that the owner of it was a coward: nor should this be left unconsidered, that those who have a city surrounded with walls may act both ways, either as if it had or as if it had not; but where it has not they cannot do this.
We must be sure, before going to such an end, that there is no point as yet unconsidered which would account for the unknown thing which puzzles us.
And Clifford, --in his abortive decay, with the mystery of fearful crime upon him, and the close prison-atmosphere yet lurking in his breath, --how had he transformed himself into the simplest child, whom Phoebe felt bound to watch over, and be, as it were, the providence of his unconsidered hours
The fleets that were the wonder of the world when the Parthenon was new, are a beggarly handful of fishing- smacks now, and the manly people that performed such miracles of valor at Marathon are only a tribe of unconsidered slaves to-day.
As a result of this the unconsidered tune, like the song of a bird, was extraordinarily good.
On the evening of the same day, Mulcahy, an unconsidered corporal - yet great in conspiracy - returned to cantonments, and heard sounds of strife and howlings from afar off.
He seemed to expect you to give yourself away by some unconsidered word that he would snap up with delight.
Every moment people were passing close by us, singly, in two and threes; the inhabitants of that end of the town where life goes on unadorned by grace or splendour; they passed us in their shabby garments, with sallow faces, haggard, anxious or weary, or simply without expression, in an unsmiling sombre stream not made up of lives but of mere unconsidered existences whose joys, struggles, thoughts, sorrows and their very hopes were miserable, glamourless, and of no account in the world.
As I could not go to the Church where the priests of the system exhorted such unconsidered vermin as I to resignation, I went to the secret societies as soon as I knew how to find my way.
Slimani, a Morroccan-French journalist, fills her text with the racism, insecurities, thoughtlessness, questionable morality and hypocrisy of the nanny trade, and Sam Taylor's translation communicates a sharp eye for detail that shows the perfect surface of maintained appearances, while hinting at the unconsidered mysteries hidden below.
HUNTINGDON YESTERDAY PREPARATIONS had been made for the addition of another Nicky Henderson-trained contender to his daunting team for the JCB Triumph Hurdle, but instead it was the unconsidered outsider Esprit De Somoza who ran away with the Smarkets Chatteris Fen Juvenile Hurdle, writes Peter Scargill.