considerate considerate  /kən ˈsɪ də rət/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) showing concern for the rights and feelings of others

News

  1. Susan R. Vogt

    Susan R. Vogt passed away in the loving and considerate care of the Hospice Center at McKee Medical Center in Loveland, surrounded by her immediate family. Born on May 28, 1950 in Rochester, N.Y. to Dr. Paul and Betsy Vittum, Susan enjoyed a childhood filled with horses, lake life, the outdoors, and many friends. At 12 years old she met the love of her life, Doug Vogt, and they were married in ...
    on June 22, 2013     Source: The Fort Collins Coloradoan

  2. More Companies Are Purchasing Small Unsecured Loans to Extend Their Business, According to Loans.net

    After the financial distress from the past years, a considerate number of industries have experienced growth in the economy and have been looking to improve their capital by qualifying for a small unsecured loan. Loans.net has recently announced that companies are purchasing unsecured loans, which can have serious effects. (PRWeb June 18, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com ...
    on June 18, 2013     Source: PRWeb

Quotes

  1. "Benny Parsons was the kindest, sweetest, most considerate person I have ever known," said Darrell Waltrip, a three-time NASCAR champion. "He was almost too nice to be a race car driver, and I say that as a compliment. In my 30 odd years of...
    on Jan 16, 2007 By: Darrell Waltrip Source: SI.com

  2. "I'm sorry for any inconvenience I might've caused them," Rogers said Thursday. "I tried desperately to be considerate to every one out there [but] you can't live your life for other people."
    on Jan 5, 2007 By: Kenny Rogers Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution (registration)

  3. "The first 30 laps everybody is pretty reasonable with blocks and being considerate on track," said Johnson, seeking the first road course victory of his career. "It's a little more intense after that last pit stop on. Then you'll have Bill...
    on Aug 9, 2008 By: Jimmie Johnson Source: USA Today

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