1. considerate

adjective. ['kənˈsɪdɝət'] showing concern for the rights and feelings of others.


  • unselfish
  • tactful
  • kind


  • unkind
  • selfish
  • tactless
  • unthoughtfulness

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Rhymes with Considerate

  • accurate
  • barbiturate
  • commensurate
  • confederate
  • conglomerate
  • degenerate
  • deliberate
  • directorate
  • directorate
  • directorate
  • directorate
  • doctorate
  • electorate
  • emirate
  • everett
  • illiterate
  • inaccurate
  • inspectorate
  • intemperate
  • interoperate

How do you pronounce considerate?

Pronounce considerate as kənˈsɪdərət.

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Sentences with considerate

1. Noun, singular or mass
Be polite and considerate, and pen pals will soon come your way.

2. Adjective
Pay attention to whether she has become more considerate or attentive to someone else and less so with you.

3. Verb, base form
Be patient, kind and considerate even if mom doesn't seem to deserve it.

Quotes about considerate

1. Women don't want all that. Women just want a partner who is considerate and attentive, who will spoon with them while reciting Keats, and feed them organic yogurt by candlelight on a seaside cliff at sunset.
- Stephen Colbert

2. The will of God is sweet tonight, altogether ‘good and acceptable and perfect.’ The considerate love of the Lord Jesus for us seems such a kind thing now. I know it has always been so, but somehow I didn’t see how wise it was when it didn’t seem kind… Remind me of this when I cannot regard His love as considerate some time.
- Jim Elliot