Origin of considerate
Examples from the Web for considerately
And to make matters worse, he is one of the kindest and most considerately helpful of human beings.
After a moment of very uncharacteristic hesitation, he considerately quitted the room.Armadale|Wilkie Collins
And yet, as we have seen, it has been more kindly and considerately dealt with than any other people under similar conditions.Eskimo Life|Fridtjof Nansen
Monna Aurelia, considerately taking the document from Silvia, advanced with it, and presented it on her knees.Rule of the Monk|Giuseppe Garibaldi
He built upon the remainder of the land a magnificent villa, of which he has considerately left us the description.
British Dictionary definitions for considerately
Word Origin and History for considerately
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.