/ (ˌʌnkənˈsɪdəd) /

  1. not considered; disregarded

  2. done without consideration

Words Nearby unconsidered

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How to use unconsidered in a sentence

  • "This is true when we text, when we tweet, when we send an unconsidered email," says Turkle.

    Why Men Cybercheat | Jessica Bennett | June 7, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • It takes place “as though it were an involuntary, unconsidered movement of a body that has lost its mind.”

    Why Israel Has to Do Better | Peter Beinart | May 23, 2010 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • But outraged majesty would now take its full vengeance on me for the unconsidered act of the child he loved.

    Lazarre | Mary Hartwell Catherwood
  • She had, in many ways, the naive purity, the unconsidered faith and confidence of a child still in the nursery.

    The Dark Forest | Hugh Walpole
  • If the poet has an unconsidered trifle or so to spare, Jaggard will not mind giving a few shillings for them.

    Adventures in Criticism | Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  • He was fond of pool and billiards, and many were the unconsidered trifles he picked up with a cue in his hand.

    The Shadow | Arthur Stringer
  • He mounted and rode off, forgetting his axe, blankets, and pail; such furnishings were unconsidered now.

    John Ermine of the Yellowstone | Frederic Remington