considerately


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con·sid·er·ate

 (kən-sĭd′ər-ĭt)
adj.
1. Having or showing regard for the needs or feelings of others. See Synonyms at thoughtful.
2. Archaic Characterized by careful thought; deliberate.

[Middle English, observed, from Latin cōnsīderātus, past participle of cōnsīderāre, to consider; see consider.]

con·sid′er·ate·ly adv.
con·sid′er·ate·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.considerately - in a considerate manner; "they considerately withdrew"
inconsiderately - without consideration; in an inconsiderate manner; "inconsiderately, he asked to be invited for dinner"
Translations

considerately

[kənˈsɪdərɪtlɪ] ADVcon consideración

considerately

[kənˈsɪdərətli] adv [treat, behave] → avec des égards

considerately

adv behave, sayrücksichtsvoll

considerately

[kənˈsɪdrɪtlɪ] advpremurosamente
References in classic literature ?
His dark, square countenance, with its almost shaggy depth of eyebrows, was naturally impressive, and would, perhaps, have been rather stern, had not the gentleman considerately taken upon himself to mitigate the harsh effect by a look of exceeding good-humor and benevolence.
The little man stood tiptoe, and putting his head first to one side and then the other, and snuffing considerately in the directions of the various bottles, ordered at last a mint julep, in a thin and quivering voice, and with an air of great circumspection.
Ferrars, not aware of their being Elinor's work, particularly requested to look at them; and after they had received gratifying testimony of Lady Middletons's approbation, Fanny presented them to her mother, considerately informing her, at the same time, that they were done by Miss Dashwood.
His daughters rose immediately; and Miss Garth considerately followed their example.
The patty-pan was under the pump, where Dr Maggotty had considerately left it.
He had stopped a moment in the passage to listen at a door, and Maximilian and Emmanuel, who had considerately passed forward a few steps, thought they heard him answer by a sigh to a sob from within.
She gave advice, advice too sound to be resisted by a good understanding, and given so mildly and considerately as not to irritate an imperfect temper, and she had the happiness of observing its good effects not unfrequently.
Captain Benwick was most considerately attentive to her; and, united as they all seemed by the distress of the day, she felt an increasing degree of good-will towards him, and a pleasure even in thinking that it might, perhaps, be the occasion of continuing their acquaintance.
The men who sat nearest considerately turned their faces towards the other end of the field, some of them beginning to smoke; one, with absent-minded fondness, regretfully stroking the jar that would no longer yield a stream.
Excuse me, my Lady," Sir Leicester considerately interposes, "but perhaps this may be doing an injury to the young woman which she has not merited.
It had been a heating walk, and I was glad to blunder on a garden seat, most considerately placed under a cedar which added its own darkness to that of the night.
There is always a certain element of risk to the assassin, for victims of deadly assault are seldom prone to die quietly and considerately.