Again Brutus's considerateness for his dependants is in strong contrast with the harshness of Roman masters.
On that last point I must dilate a little; on the point of considerateness.
The minor element of considerateness should be more liberally present.
He has obliged me much by this little mark of his considerateness.
But, instead of this, His face had been full of divine benignity and His words full of considerateness for His persecutor.
I guess your unbroken reserve was meant for considerateness.
And, then, such candour prepares the way for the utmost considerateness when the proper time comes for considerateness.
Instead of that, I have locked it up out of consideration for you; and what do I get for my considerateness?
In the mean time, sir, we must throw ourselves on the patience and considerateness of the city council and the community.
He had done so for reasons creditable to his considerateness and good-sense.
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.