Origin of inconsiderate
Examples from the Web for inconsideration
Inconsideration and vanity have been the joint cause of your malady.Coelebs In Search of a Wife|Hannah More
She simply added to the sin of untruthfulness, the sins of ingratitude, and of inconsideration for the feelings of another.The Following of the Star|Florence L. Barclay
This inconsideration, though she seldom complained, affected her spirits and preyed upon her heart.Beaux and Belles of England|Mary Robinson
And I find all just, all right, on your side; and all impatience, all inconsideration on mine.Clarissa, Volume 3 (of 9)|Samuel Richardson
I might even be accused of jealousy, inconsideration for his future, and a lack of faith in the man.My Actor-Husband|Anonymous
1520s, from Late Latin inconsiderationem (nominative inconsideratio) "inconsiderateness," from inconsideratus (see inconsiderate).
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.