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- n. thoughtful and considerate attention
- n. careful deliberation before action
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being thoughtful; meditation; serious attention; considerateness; solicitude.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the trait of thinking carefully before acting
- n. kind and considerate regard for others
- n. a considerate and thoughtful act
- n. a calm, lengthy, intent consideration
And when I use the term thoughtfulness, as opposed to a child's carelessness, I mean it to express an anxiety for the obtaining of this wisdom.
I'm glad you have Anna nearby and her thoughtfulness is so sweet.
Jeb illustrates that deep thoughtfulness is not a characteristic that runs in the Bush family matt
They are toxic and offer nothing but nonsense where thoughtfulness is needed.
His willingness to make this change, however shows a certain thoughtfulness on Aelfric's part regarding this word, a thoughtfulness that makes it even harder to understand his treatment of the fifth day of Creation in De Temporibus Anni.
But this thoughtfulness is often undone by a disappointing narrative predictability.
It can be frustrating when you can't plan for 10.10 because it's too far ahead, but some projects are going to need that more long term thoughtfulness and we should always be looking out for chances to plan ahead.
He exhibits in such cases a kind of thoughtfulness, which is not, however, earnest and profound: and these two adjectives describe real consideration.
What irks about is the solemn performance of "thoughtfulness" - where
Thornton Borthwick Macklin thoughtfulness of Lyn Bell Rose