from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not reasoned or considered; rash: an unconsidered remark.
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- adj. Not considered
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not considered or attended to; not regarded; inconsiderable; trifling.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not considered or regarded; not attended to; not esteemed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. without proper consideration or reflection
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His kind of unconsidered advice leads to a lot of sadness.
But fate is a cunning hussy, and builds up her plans as imperceptibly as a bird builds her nest; and with much the same kind of unconsidered trifles. '
Prompted by closeness to the families of the dead -- wanting as they would to have their murdered loved ones cleared of all blame -- an indefatigable Derryman, Don Mullan, collected and published in 1997 an extraordinary tranche of previously unconsidered eyewitness testimony.
Evidently, some of these matters (ad orientem, the Roman Canon, and the manner of receiving communion) are already on the table and are very familiar to many Catholics, but there are other aspects here which may offer a sort of epiphany moment to some, having been unconsidered, or not given enough consideration at any rate.
* This observation presages much of what people all over the world have come to appreciate about Japanese aesthetics: somehow no detail seems left unconsidered.
Those murderous thoughts, dark dreams, evil ideas and surprisingly wrong unconsidered actions.
Perhaps they saw the same in Obama when he ran as such an unconsidered outsider
Furthermore, I found that unsafe, unconsidered sexual encounters had much more to do with substance abuse and specific personal, emotional and psychological issues than with some ephemeral “culture” of promiscuity. nanorich Says:
Always having to deal with the dominant culture's point of view, and finding, when you finally get to read a story about a non-dominant culture you're invested in, that it's written from the dominant culture's unconsidered viewpoint.
Her Wally Winthrop is a wealthy doctor's wife living a life of quiet desperation on upper Fifth Avenue and obsessing over her namesake, Wallis Simpson what her parents were thinking goes unconsidered.