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- adj. Obsolete form of inconsiderate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Inconsiderate; heedless; careless.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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Hi, i was just passing by and saw the video... i agree that the interpreter in this case might not have done a great job, but i think you can't deny she's not been the ideal speaker: that was WAY TOO FAST! i think that was pretty unconsiderate of her...
Yet to an every day passer-by neither when he travels across the Brooklyn bridge rubbing elbows with the scores of the masses of humanity that hasten their way unconsiderate by nobody, nor when in his big red or yellow automobile hurrying up
Generall Historie of the West Indies, of Vasques de Coronado, which, after excedinge greate chardges bestowed for royall furnishinge furthe upon his voyadge to Ceuola and Quiuira, for wante of courage and for other priuate respectes, neglected plantinge there, had as colde welcome, at his dastardly and unconsiderate returne, of Don Antonio de Mendoza, viceroy of
Because everybody took advantage of poor uncle Axl. Because some members were so unconsiderate they were not ready to wait around for decades for their work to be released.