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  • And some of the things she did were -- as anybody who gets on in life, they have to do pretty ruthless things and pretty inconsur -- siderate and selfish things.

    Rage for Fame: The Ascent of Clare Boothe Luce 1997

  • The effect of this looseness in the laws is to encourage hasty, incon - siderate marriages, and to make escape from an uncongenial partner so easy that the obligation to cultivate forbearance, and to acquire mutual adaptation, which may not at first exist, is wholly overlooked.

    Plain facts for old and young : embracing the natural history and hygiene of organic life. 1877

  • You will there dis - cover that my character is divided between an ar - dent desire of applause, and a more than equal love of pleasure; and, on this discovery, your con - siderate regard will look with less severity upon me.

    Letters of the Late Lord Littelton Baron Thomas Lyttelton Lyttelton , William Combe 1812


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  • To blast or strike down (as with lightning).

    May 13, 2008

  • with 'con-' to be mindful and heartful of being struck by fate

    May 3, 2009