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Considerableness
Considerableness Con*sid"er*a*ble*ness, n. Worthiness of consideration; dignity; value; size; amount.
Considerably
Considerably Con*sid"er*a*bly, adv. In a manner or to a degree not trifling or unimportant; greatly; much. The breeds . . . differ considerably from each other. --Darwin.
Considerance
Considerance Con*sid"er*ance, n. [L. considerantia.] Act of considering; consideration. [Obs.] --Shak.
Considerate
Considerate Con*sid"er*ate, a. [L. consideratus, p. p.] 1. Given to consideration or to sober reflection; regardful of consequences or circumstances; circumspect; careful; esp. careful of the rights, claims, and feelings of other. Of dauntless courage and considerate pride. --Milton. ?neas is patient, considerate, and careful of his people. --Dryden. The wisest and most considerate men in the world. --Sharp. 2. Having respect to; regardful. [R.] They may be . . . more considerate of praise. --Dr. H. More. Syn: Thoughtful; reflective; careful; discreet; prudent; deliberate; serious. See Thoughtful. -- Con*sid"er*ate*ly, adv. -- Con*sid"er*ate*ness, n.
Considerately
Considerate Con*sid"er*ate, a. [L. consideratus, p. p.] 1. Given to consideration or to sober reflection; regardful of consequences or circumstances; circumspect; careful; esp. careful of the rights, claims, and feelings of other. Of dauntless courage and considerate pride. --Milton. ?neas is patient, considerate, and careful of his people. --Dryden. The wisest and most considerate men in the world. --Sharp. 2. Having respect to; regardful. [R.] They may be . . . more considerate of praise. --Dr. H. More. Syn: Thoughtful; reflective; careful; discreet; prudent; deliberate; serious. See Thoughtful. -- Con*sid"er*ate*ly, adv. -- Con*sid"er*ate*ness, n.
Considerateness
Considerate Con*sid"er*ate, a. [L. consideratus, p. p.] 1. Given to consideration or to sober reflection; regardful of consequences or circumstances; circumspect; careful; esp. careful of the rights, claims, and feelings of other. Of dauntless courage and considerate pride. --Milton. ?neas is patient, considerate, and careful of his people. --Dryden. The wisest and most considerate men in the world. --Sharp. 2. Having respect to; regardful. [R.] They may be . . . more considerate of praise. --Dr. H. More. Syn: Thoughtful; reflective; careful; discreet; prudent; deliberate; serious. See Thoughtful. -- Con*sid"er*ate*ly, adv. -- Con*sid"er*ate*ness, n.
Consideration
Consideration Con*sid`er*a"tion, n. [L. consideratio: cf. F. consid?ration.] 1. The act or process of considering; continuous careful thought; examination; contemplation; deliberation; attention. Let us think with consideration. --Sir P. Sidney. Consideration, like an angel, came. --Shak. 2. Attentive respect; appreciative regard; -- used especially in diplomatic or stately correspondence. The undersigned has the honor to repeat to Mr. Hulseman the assurance of his high consideration. --D. Webster. The consideration with which he was treated. --Whewell. 3. Thoughtful or sympathetic regard or notice. Consideration for the poor is a doctrine of the church. --Newman. 4. Claim to notice or regard; some degree of importance or consequence. Lucan is the only author of consideration among the Latin poets who was not explained for . . . the Dauphin. --Addison. 5. The result of delibration, or of attention and examonation; matured opinion; a reflection; as, considerations on the choice of a profession. 6. That which is, or should be, taken into account as a ground of opinion or action; motive; reason. He was obliged, antecedent to all other considerations, to search an asylum. --Dryden. Some considerations which are necessary to the forming of a correct judgment. --Macaulay. 7. (Law) The cause which moves a contracting party to enter into an agreement; the material cause of a contract; the price of a stripulation; compensation; equivalent. --Bouvier. Note: Consideration is what is done, or promised to be done, in exchange for a promise, and ``as a mere advantage to the promisor without detriment to the promisee would not avail, the proper test is detriment to the promisee.' --Wharton.
Considerative
Considerative Con*sid"er*a*tive, a. Considerate; careful; thoughtful. [Archaic] I love to be considerative. --B. Jonson.
Considerator
Considerator Con*sid"er*a`tor, n. One who considers. [Obs.] --Sir T. Browne.
Considerer
Considerer Con*sid"er*er, n. One who considers; a man of reflection; a thinker. --Milton.
Consideringly
Consideringly Con*sid"er*ing*ly, adv. With consideration or deliberation.
Inconsiderable
Inconsiderable In`con*sid"er*a*ble, a. Not considerable; unworthy of consideration or notice; unimportant; small; trivial; as, an inconsiderable distance; an inconsiderable quantity, degree, value, or sum. ``The baser scum and inconsiderable dregs of Rome.' --Stepney. -- In`con*sid"er*a*ble*ness, n. -- In`con*sid"er*a*bly, adv.
Inconsiderableness
Inconsiderable In`con*sid"er*a*ble, a. Not considerable; unworthy of consideration or notice; unimportant; small; trivial; as, an inconsiderable distance; an inconsiderable quantity, degree, value, or sum. ``The baser scum and inconsiderable dregs of Rome.' --Stepney. -- In`con*sid"er*a*ble*ness, n. -- In`con*sid"er*a*bly, adv.
Inconsiderably
Inconsiderable In`con*sid"er*a*ble, a. Not considerable; unworthy of consideration or notice; unimportant; small; trivial; as, an inconsiderable distance; an inconsiderable quantity, degree, value, or sum. ``The baser scum and inconsiderable dregs of Rome.' --Stepney. -- In`con*sid"er*a*ble*ness, n. -- In`con*sid"er*a*bly, adv.
Inconsideracy
Inconsideracy In`con*sid"er*a*cy, n. Inconsiderateness; thoughtlessness. [Obs.] --Chesterfield.
Inconsiderate
Inconsiderate In`con*sid"er*ate, a. [L. inconsideratus. See In- not, and Considerate.] 1. Not considerate; not attentive to safety or to propriety; not regarding the rights or feelings of others; hasty; careless; thoughtless; heedless; as, the young are generally inconsiderate; inconsiderate conduct. It is a very unhappy token of our corruption, that ther? should be any so inconsiderate among us as to sacrifice morality to politics. --Addison. 2. Inconsiderable. [Obs.] --E. Terry. Syn: Thoughtless; inattentive; inadvertent; heedless; negligent; improvident; careless; imprudent; indiscreet; incautious; injudicious; rash; hasty.
Inconsiderately
Inconsiderately In`con*sid"er*ate*ly, adv. In an inconsiderate manner.
Inconsiderateness
Inconsiderateness In`con*sid"er*ate*ness, n. The quality or state of being inconsiderate. --Tillotson.
Reconsider
Reconsider Re`con*sid"er (r?`k?n*s?d"?r), v. t. 1. To consider again; as, to reconsider a subject. 2. (Parliamentary Practice) To take up for renewed consideration, as a motion or a vote which has been previously acted upon.
Reconsideration
Reconsideration Re`con*sid`er*a"tion (-?"sh?n), n. The act of reconsidering, or the state of being reconsidered; as, the reconsideration of a vote in a legislative body.
Unconsiderate
Unconsiderate Un`con*sid"er*ate, a. Inconsiderate; heedless; careless. [Obs.] --Daniel. -- Un`con*sid"er*ate*ness, n. [Obs.] --Hales.
Unconsiderateness
Unconsiderate Un`con*sid"er*ate, a. Inconsiderate; heedless; careless. [Obs.] --Daniel. -- Un`con*sid"er*ate*ness, n. [Obs.] --Hales.
Unconsidered
Unconsidered Un`con*sid"ered, a. Not considered or attended to; not regarded; inconsiderable; trifling. A snapper-up of unconsidered trifles. --Shak.
Valuable consideration
Valuable Val"u*a*ble, a. 1. Having value or worth; possessing qualities which are useful and esteemed; precious; costly; as, a valuable horse; valuable land; a valuable cargo. 2. Worthy; estimable; deserving esteem; as, a valuable friend; a valuable companion. Valuable consideration (Law), an equivalent or compensation having value given for a thing purchased, as money, marriage, services, etc. --Blackstone. --Bouvier.

Meaning of Onside from wikipedia

- In gridiron football, an onside kick is a kickoff deliberately kicked short. On most kickoffs, the kicking team concedes possession of the ball and tries...
- Complete Onside Soccer is a football simulation game programmed by Elite Systems and published by Telstar Electronic Studios for the PlayStation and MS-DOS...
- triple overtime win, which was reached after a successful McAfee onside kick. The onside kick gave running back Steve Slaton the chance to tie the game...
- Retrieved 11 May 2020. "A FULL ROYAL ALBERT HALL HOSTS FIRST EVER ONSIDE AWARDS". OnSide Youth Zones. 17 November 2019. Retrieved 9 December 2019. Duke,...
- lateral p**** or lateral (officially backward p**** in American football and onside p**** in Canadian football) occurs when the ball carrier throws the football...
- offside rule limits attackers' ability to do this, requiring that they be onside when the ball is pla**** forward. Though restricted, well-timed p****es and...
- five minutes. After one short touchdown drive, the Colts recovered the onside kick. Manning threw a 28-yard touchdown p**** to Marvin Harrison on 4th and...
- New Orleans Saints on Thanksgiving Day, Koo delivered three successful onside kicks, one of which was undone by a penalty, in the 26–18 loss. In W****...
- after a 0–0 draw in which the Spaniards twice thought they had scored while onside; however, the efforts were disallowed by the referee with controversial...
- touchback), or Run one play from the scoring team's 25-yard line, in lieu of an onside kick. If the scoring team gains at least 15 yards it retains possession...
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