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Example sentences for "inconsiderateness"

Lexicographically close words:
inconsequential; inconsequently; inconsiderable; inconsiderate; inconsiderately; inconsideration; inconsistence; inconsistencies; inconsistency; inconsistent
  1. His inconsiderateness has been a pair of spectacles to me for months.

  2. But his pleasure was damped: the inconsiderateness with which Purdy could shake him off, always had a disconcerting effect on him.

  3. Worse still, he would perhaps accuse Purdy of inconsiderateness towards her, and fly into a rage with him; and then the two of them would quarrel, which would be a thousand pities.

  4. Sixteen months after their marriage she died, and on a morbid impulse of remorse for inconsiderateness in his treatment of her Rossetti buried his poems, still unpublished, in her coffin.

  5. Christobal de Oli was a man of uncommon bravery, whose pride was wounded at the unsuccessful attempt we had made upon the causeway, and he accused Alvarado of inconsiderateness for having ordered the attack.

  6. Inexorable against every vice of heart and character, she was lenient and indulgent toward petty offences which sprang up from the inconsiderateness and spiritedness of youth.

  7. Full of passion and jealousy, he believes in the calumnies which Junot, with all the cruel inconsiderateness of a trusty friend, has whispered to him, and at once Josephine is guilty!

  8. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "inconsiderateness" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.
    Other words:
    abandon; analgesia; anesthesia; bother; callousness; caprice; carelessness; coarseness; deadness; demand; dullness; exaction; forgetfulness; hastiness; impoliteness; incivility; inconvenience; indifference; infliction; insouciance; laziness; loading; narcosis; numbness; oblivion; recklessness; rudeness; taxing; thoughtlessness; trouble; unfeeling; unpreparedness; vulgarity