Origin of inconsiderate
Examples from the Web for inconsiderateness
Perhaps I had too rashly over-leaped conventionalities; and he, like St. John, saw impropriety in my inconsiderateness.Jane Eyre|Charlotte Bronte
Baulked of his quarry by the inconsiderateness of the mate, Jerry trotted back to the head of the companion to wait for Skipper.Jerry of the Islands|Jack London
If they do it inadvertently, it is carelessness; if designedly, inconsiderateness.De Officiis|Marcus Tullius Cicero
We must beware of the indolence that lays upon Providence the burden of troubles that are really due to our own inconsiderateness.Expositor's Bible: The Song of Solomon|Walter Adeney
So presently she got into bed and, sighing at the incongruity and inconsiderateness of circumstance, she turned out the light.The Man and the Moment|Elinor Glyn
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.