inconsiderate

[in-kuhn-sid-er-it]
adjective
1.
without due regard for the rights or feelings of others: It was inconsiderate of him to keep us waiting.
2.
acting without consideration; thoughtless; heedless.
3.
overhasty; rash; ill-considered: slovenly, inconsiderate reasoning.

Origin:
1425–75; late Middle English < Latin inconsīderātus. See in-3, considerate

inconsiderately, adverb
inconsiderateness, inconsideration, noun


1. insensitive, uncaring, rude.
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inconsiderate (ˌɪnkənˈsɪdərɪt)
 
adj
1.  lacking in care or thought for others; heedless; thoughtless
2.  rare insufficiently considered
 
incon'siderately
 
adv
 
incon'siderateness
 
n
 
inconsider'ation
 
n

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inconsiderate
c.1460, "done thoughtlessly," lit. "not properly considered," from L. inconsideratus "unadvised, thoughtless," from in- "not" + consideratus (see consider).
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Example sentences
It never pays to be discourteous, tactless or inconsiderate to anyone.
Why it matters: because one doesn't wish to be rude or inconsiderate to
  colleagues.
It could reasonably be argued by those who are inconsiderate of others that it
  is the unaffected majority who are delusional.
On the one hand, he said, riders are wary of being trapped next to
  inconsiderate cellphone users inside subway cars.
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