He helped Brightly to remove his wet garments and clothe himself in dry ones, and then he considerately left the room.
And Priscilla, very kindly and considerately, always did tell her.
Donald did not find the money hard to take on its own merits, and he considerately obeyed the savage order.
He had considerately offered Rachel a chair with her back to the highway.
At night he reached a native village, the chief of which considerately let him rest in an old hut.
But he could not do it, and considerately went somewhere else.
Things were getting worse and worse at school, too, although Peter considerately concealed this from his mother.
“He means dem and duff,” explained the Court Glover, considerately.
Alban's patient adherence to his own view—so courteously and considerately urged—was beginning to try her temper.
He looks seriously and considerately on things which we make light of.
1570s, "marked by deliberation," from Latin consideratus, past participle of considerare (see consider). Of persons, "deliberate, prudent," 1580s; meaning "showing consideration for others" is from c.1700. Related: Considerately; considerateness.