considerately


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Antonyms for considerately

in a considerate manner

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Let me thank you for so considerately yielding to my disinclination.
When Prince Bladud had been shut up in the lofty turret for the greater part of a year, with no better prospect before his bodily eyes than a stone wall, or before his mental vision than prolonged imprisonment, he naturally began to ruminate on a plan of escape, which, after months of preparation, he managed to accomplish; considerately leaving his dinner-knife in the heart of his jailer, lest the poor fellow (who had a family) should be considered privy to his flight, and punished accordingly by the infuriated king.
Having looked out, from among the old furniture, the handsomest and most commodious chair he could possibly find (which he reserved for his own use) and an especially hideous and uncomfortable one (which he considerately appropriated to the accommodation of his friend) he caused them to be carried into this room, and took up his position in great state.
I shall consider myself happy, Pulcheria Alexandrovna, if it is possible for you to convince me of an opposite conclusion, and thereby considerately reassure me.
Pianist Christian Jacobs has big shoes to fill, and he does so admirably, without distracting attention from Sutton's marvelous voice; bassist Trey Henry and drummer Ray Brinker keep themselves considerately in the background.
At the German pavilion, the giant video eye was predictably attention-getting public gaze control, but the sleep chamber video (with cots considerately provided for the narcoleptically inclined) was better, and a slow-motion, remote-sound narrative of playground comings and goings magically made good on its promise of dream peace.
Those for whom a position cannot be found will be treated considerately and in a way that recognizes past effort and contribution.
So at the first opportunity he agreed to inspect a Newark, New Jersey 300-unit apartment building with the owner, who considerately brought along his two German Shepherds for protection.
Men are treated far more considerately in this regard than women.
A friend is meant to point death out to you Making clear from the start, patiently and considerately, how Events come to an end how things fall apart How memory condenses how loneliness solidifies How a hand waves in the air, a back turns, and you start walking away
It's 2:30 Am and I'm at the keyboard, unable to sleep again because the neighbor has considerately placed his doghouse with beagle 19 1/2 ft.
As employers kept up a steady pace of job reductions, 56% of those surveyed say that that they and their colleagues have been treated fairly or considerately by their employers during the downturn.
NURSES who care professionally and considerately for the vulnerable have nothing to fear from hidden cameras.
Residents stage a protest |telling hospital staff to park considerately in Sturdee Gardens, Keyes Gardens and Beatty Avenue in East Gosforth
They will line their own cars on one side of the street and their bins on the other and stick posters on them asking people to park considerately.