Considerately [adverb]

Definition of Considerately:

with compassion

Opposite/Antonyms of Considerately:

Sentence/Example of Considerately:

Wherever you adventure, be considerate of other people and private land, heed trail signs and follow Leave No Trace practices.

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At night he reached a native village, the chief of which considerately let him rest in an old hut.

Salemina and Francesca do not enjoy it all quite as intensely as I, so they considerately give me the lion's share.

By the Blent the drama seemed very considerately to be waiting for him.

The process of dying has been considerately delineated by Chaucer.

It lay quite naked, though the clothes of the true child had been considerately left for it by the ravishers.

However, in this case the domestic articles very considerately moved of themselves.

They did not treat him so considerately as the old claimants, and he was far-seeing enough to realize the result.

However, he was prepared to deal considerately with Sir Archibald's peculiar prejudices in this matter.