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inconsiderate

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinconsideratein‧con‧sid‧er‧ate /ˌɪnkənˈsɪdərət◂/ ●○○ adjective 🔊 🔊 DON'T CAREnot caring about the feelings, needs, or comfort of other people syn thoughtless opp considerate 🔊 inconsiderate motoristsit was inconsiderate (of somebody) to do something 🔊 It was very inconsiderate of you to keep us waiting.see thesaurus at unkindinconsiderately adverb
Examples from the Corpus
inconsiderateThe self-confident leader can be insensitive and inconsiderate.He was inconsiderate, but he would surely have been in touch with her by now if he was able to.The relative inaccessibility of Management, the nuisance of inconsiderate car parking and consequent obstruction by Non-Residents.The way we lived allowed us to be inconsiderate from time to time.It was really inconsiderate of him not to even leave a message.The issues members raise are related to ignorant, inconsiderate or criminal people.There are a few inconsiderate people whose golfing practice may be a nuisance.When too energetic and predominant, it disposes of Credulity, and in mercantile men, leads to rash and inconsiderate speculation.
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