Origin of inconsiderate
Examples from the Web for inconsiderate
Her female commander said it was inconsiderate to do because religious male soldiers could have seen it.
This inconsiderate order of mine was in reality the ultimate cause of my being a second time expelled from Ardejan.
He also said that inconsiderate violence was madness, and that this alone was the true courage that was joined with good conduct.The Wars of the Jews or History of the Destruction of Jerusalem|Flavius Josephus
I hastened to assure her that I did not wish to be inconsiderate, and begged her to take another week, in which to fix the date.Solaris Farm|Milan C. Edson
late 15c., "done thoughtlessly," literally "not properly considered," from Latin inconsideratus "headstrong, unadvised, thoughtless," from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + consideratus (see consider). Related: Inconsiderately; inconsiderateness.