considerately considerately


  • (adv) in a considerate manner


  1. "Each song was treated as its own piece of art and worked on carefully, considerately, in attempt to let it reach it's full potential," Krug says. "Doing it one track at a time, in order, allowed us to watch the record unfold as we recorded...
    on Jul 16, 2007 By: Spencer Krug Source: Billboard

  2. "As a person, he dialed it down considerately. I think he would be a studio's dream right now," Collins said of his director. "And the movie has all the Duffy charm, and all the Duffy alpha dog-ness. It's just raw-ass, gratuitous violence."
    on May 19, 2009 By: Clifton Collins Jr Source:

  3. "I remember Angela as a little girl, running, always running," said Williams. "Her parents were like Venus's and mine, pushing us in tennis but considerately, the right way. Isn't it something, two kids from Lynwood Park meeting at...
    on Jun 22, 2005 By: Serena Williams Source: Boston Globe

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