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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.
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Noun1.inconsiderateness - the quality of failing to be considerate of others
unkindness - lack of sympathy
tactlessness - the quality of lacking tact
bluntness - the quality of being direct and outspoken; "the bluntness of a Yorkshireman"
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A lack of consideration for others' feelings:
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(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
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References in classic literature ?
Baulked of his quarry by the inconsiderateness of the mate, Jerry trotted back to the head of the companion to wait for Skipper.
Carlyle's death Carlyle blamed himself bitterly for inconsiderateness toward her, and it is certain that his erratic and irritable temper, partly exasperated by long disappointment and by constant physical misery, that his peasant-bred lack of delicacy, and his absorption in his work, made a perpetual and vexatious strain on Mrs.
John, saw impropriety in my inconsiderateness. I had indeed made my proposal from the idea that he wished and would ask me to be his wife: an expectation, not the less certain because unexpressed, had buoyed me up, that he would claim me at once as his own.
"And are you two also smarting under a sense of the inconsiderateness and selfishness of the rest of the world--both misunderstood--everything expected from you, and no allowances made for you?"
Vincy's wishes about his son had had a great deal of pride, inconsiderateness, and egoistic folly in them.
The exposure of his inconsiderateness in bed, or her lack of physical attraction to him, obviously will not be welcome news.
OUR inconsiderateness about our past and apathy towards works of architecture that signify a certain phase of our history can be traced to the time when Karachi's population began to increase disproportionately from a little more than 300,000 at the time of independence to nearly three million in the late 1960s.
Such noise-related inconsiderateness abounds these days.
In terms of the symbolic dimension of a conflict (21), this is an act of inconsiderateness, equivalent to a moral insult.
Japanese government's recent move to reverify the Kono Statement regarding comfort women is an unscrupulous act equivalent to rubbing salt in the wounds, which clearly shows Japan's utter inconsiderateness to the victims.
The promos show a disgruntled mir venting his frustration over rising inconsiderateness among citizens.