inconsideration and vanity have been the joint cause of your malady.
But these, whatever else may be thought of them, are not the errors of haste and inconsideration.
And I find all just, all right, on your side; and all impatience, all inconsideration on mine.
It hung upon me, indeed, some time, said he; but I was full of spirit and inconsideration.
I might even be accused of jealousy, inconsideration for his future, and a lack of faith in the man.
Such a medicin, I fear, his inconsideration needed; and I hope as confidently that he had it.
She simply added to the sin of untruthfulness, the sins of ingratitude, and of inconsideration for the feelings of another.
This inconsideration, though she seldom complained, affected her spirits and preyed upon her heart.
1520s, from Late Latin inconsiderationem (nominative inconsideratio) "inconsiderateness," from inconsideratus (see inconsiderate).