Thoughtless of others; displaying a lack of consideration.(adjective)
Not well considered or carefully thought out; ill-advised.(adjective)
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Use "inconsiderate" in a sentence
"I cannot believe that some people can be that fuckin 'inconsiderate and mean that it makes me swear!"
"This is my advice to some of the self-styled big shots who see no wrong in inconsiderate behavior, when one word to a Secretary could deal with the matter, yea or nay, and remove this evil."
"At such moments his thoughts turned to dwell upon his secret marriage and its consequences; and it was in bitterness against himself, if not against his unfortunate Countess, that he ascribed to that hasty measure, adopted in the ardour of what he now called inconsiderate passion, at once the impossibility of placing his power on a solid basis, and the immediate prospect of its precipitate downfall."