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Use "considerateness" in a sentence
"And little could she comfort herself with the thought that it was not his real self, for she remembered his gentleness and considerateness, all his finenesses of the past."
"In all her works Judaism appears as the more human culture, since “The Hebrew laws are not only more human-friendly and more attuned to human psychology, but even the unwritten [i.e., oral] customs demonstrate tenderness and considerateness.”"
"By the warmth of his greeting, his natural considerateness and the keenness of his intelligence -- which made his wit so sharp -- he was a delight to be with."