Definition of unconsidered in English:

unconsidered

Line breaks: un|con¦sid¦ered
Pronunciation: /ʌnkənˈsɪdəd
 
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adjective

1Disregarded and unappreciated: a snapper-up of unconsidered trifles
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  • This week's Classic trials will no doubt throw up one or two previously unconsidered names but we've decided to highlight four horses which could take high-rank in the Classic pecking order as the season progresses.
  • If that story conflicts with your present view of your life, that's valuable: there may be an insight, an unconsidered possibility, a fresh perspective.
  • British foreign policy - especially in the Middle East - cannot be left unconsidered as a factor in the motivations of criminal radical extremists.
2(Of a statement or action) not thought about in advance, and therefore rash or harsh: I realize that my unconsidered remarks were dangerously indiscreet
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  • The study suggests unconsidered responses could be more important to some voters than a rational study of a candidate's merits.
  • The unconsidered application of a theory based on one case history to another conflict can lead to disaster.
  • These were not unconsidered remarks, as Bellamy repeated the substance of them in a telephone interview with the South African Mail and Guardian.

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