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considered

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconsideredcon‧sid‧ered /kənˈsɪdəd $ -ərd/ adjective [only before noun]  CAREFULa considered opinion, reply, judgment etc is one that you have thought about carefully He hadn’t had time to form a considered opinion. The committee is meeting to prepare a considered response to the problem. ill-considered
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consideredThe formation of priests was next considered.While relishing this opportunity there is a need for considered action.For a long time dispersal of any book from a public library was considered anathema.The job that everyone considered bad was in the workroom, which was my absolute dread.But if parents buy it for the child the dividend is considered part of the parents income.I have pleasure in enclosing our considered response which we hope will be taken into account when finalising the guidance for publication.At first glance it would seem that sport must involve a victim, which rather explains why boxing is considered sporting.considered responseI have pleasure in enclosing our considered response and hope it will be carefully considered before the final draft is prepared.We submitted a carefully considered response at the end of June, since when there has been a deafening silence. 3.The early deadline gave little time for meetings and collaborative effort, or a very considered response to the new timetabling arrangements.Two more detailed and better considered responses to this question were those of Wundt and Tylor.I have pleasure in enclosing our considered response which we hope will be taken into account when finalising the guidance for publication.
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