Definition of "inconsideration" [in•con•sid•er•a•tion]
Lack of due consideration; inattention to consequences, thoughtlessness.(noun)
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Use "inconsideration" in a sentence
"Ehrenreich predicted the economy could come to a standstill should the strike action last indefinitely, laying the blame squarely on the "inconsideration" shown by government."
"If your a janitor with no self worth or desperate, you'll probably accept his bullyish ways and take the offer, on the other hand if your smart and experienced, you'll find his attitude is what you have to look forward to if you take the job, more bullying and inconsideration of the employees."
"Yelling doesn't ensure you get heard; most often it does the opposite because people shut down (and don't hear the underlying point) due to the rudeness and inconsideration in which the viewpoint is presented."