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  • n. One who considers.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who considers; a man of reflection; a thinker.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who considers or takes heed; an observer.


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to considerer + -er


  • I was filming Pool, what I considerer my first Fieldwork, and the pool itself was acting as the antenna as an enhancer of the signals that were populating that place.

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  • I considerer myself a kind of student of Althousia.

    "Love in the Time of Commenters."

  • How could this possibly be considerer over the "shock line"?

    And then they were upon her, and with good reason, too.

  • Beyond going into lengthly dicourse on geo-political thoery and history - I would like to insert a funny imagery from the standpoint so "mediocrity vs. excellence" considerer this:

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  • Definitely not considerer the people of America in his decision and if that is not like something that Bush has done for the last 8 years, you tell me.

    An unwitting assist from the hockey mom

  • Loin d'etre secondaires, ces activit├ęs nourrirent constamment son oeuvre au point qu'on peut les considerer aujourd'hui commes des composantes de son genie.

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  • LAWRENCE: Bring out, sort of the parameters that, as I understand, with their considerer, are the folks who took out these subprime mortgages back in 2005 and 2006, got in at a lower rate and now have been paying that rate on time, but are about to see that rate sky rocket.

    CNN Transcript Dec 3, 2007

  • Many people who considerer themselves to be politically moderate or independent continue to claim there is not much difference between a liberal Democratic Party and a conservative Republican Party, therefore it doesn't matter which to vote for.


  • He is the considerer, the prudent, taking in sail, counting stock, husbanding his means, believing that a man has too many enemies than that he can afford to be his own foe; that we cannot give ourselves too many advantages in this unequal conflict, with powers so vast and unweariable ranged on one side, and this little conceited vulnerable popinjay that a man is, bobbing up and down into every danger, on the other.

    Representative Men

  • Cardane being a diligent considerer of al things in his 18. booke de subtilitate, doth acknowledge & find them out.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation


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