inconsideration


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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.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.inconsideration - 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"
considerateness, thoughtfulness, consideration - kind and considerate regard for others; "he showed no consideration for her feelings"

inconsideration

noun
A lack of consideration for others' feelings:
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inconsideration

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He has had great faults, faults of inconsideration and thoughtlessness; and I am very much of his opinion in thinking him likely to be happier than he deserves: but still as he is, beyond a doubt, really attached to Miss Fairfax, and will soon, it may be hoped, have the advantage of being constantly with her, I am very ready to believe his character will improve, and acquire from hers the steadiness and delicacy of principle that it wants.
I blushed at my inconsideration: but, without showing further consciousness of the offence, I hastened to add - 'The truth is, sir, I passed the first part of the night in - ' Here I stopped afresh - I was about to say 'perusing those old volumes,' then it would have revealed my knowledge of their written, as well as their printed, contents; so, correcting myself, I went on - 'in spelling over the name scratched on that window-ledge.
She had to bring her pumping equipment with her to take the test and faced inconsideration and humiliation when she needed a private place to pump at the test facility, said Dr.
When choosing not to immunize, the parent shows an inconsideration for others (to say nothing of their child) that borders on arrogant.
In a culture of impunity, incompetence, short-lived memories and (frankly) inconsideration, it is no surprise that little Zainab was the 12th victim in one year in an area of just two kilometres.
Because reaching a good decision requires "deliberation, judgment, decision" (Pieper, Four Cardinal Virtues 162), it also requires the ability to pause long enough to avoid "recklessness," "inconsideration," and "hasty judgment" (162).
"If the new media and press law will be issued without taking into inconsideration the remarks, we can really say rest in peace journalism," member of the Press Syndicate's council, Mohamed Saad Abdel Hafiz told DNE.
Bad acting is the ultimate inconsideration.' It's a collective slap to a million faces at the same time." - Debra Winger
If you really believe they're acting out of inconsideration, then no, I don't think you need to send a thank-you note.
Hence, the average expected prevalence rate was assumed to be 50% for the area within 95% confidence intervals (CI) at 5% desired accuracy; thus the desired minimum sample size is n = 384 per each zone with total samples of 1152 sheep to be sampled for serological studies but due to the interest and cooperation of smallholder farmers inconsideration with available logistics and resources, we were able to sample a total of 1838 sheep from six districts that have higher sheep population in the region.
Research by Mkhwanazi (2011) as well as Chohan and Langa (2011) further states that previous studies overlook the social predictors of teenage pregnancy and this inconsideration of the socio-political and structural factors has led to its continued persistence (36,37).