Definition of considered
1 : matured by extended deliberative thought a considered opinion
2 : viewed with respect or esteem
Examples of considered in a Sentence
It's my considered opinion that she was not guilty of the crime.
Their actions were a considered response to the violence.
Recent Examples of considered from the Web
In his third year, Keuchel won a Gold Glove award for his ever-ready defense; this was a sign, maybe, of the considered nature of the dominance to come.
At the height of his fame, Coltrane pushed himself — and his fans — in directions that tasked even the most adventurous listeners, pursuing a wildly experimental sound that some considered shrieking.
But what keeps us coming back is the long, very considered drinks list which is brilliantly color-coded by potency.
Slaves were not considered American citizens and laws at the time prevented them from applying for or holding property, including patents.
The odds that metro Denver home prices will decline over the next two years now stands at 7 percent, still considered low risk, but sixth highest among the country’s 50 largest metros.
And the style gestures for which Agnelli became best known — Tod’s boots left unlaced, wristwatch worn atop a shirt cuff, necktie left flapping outside a pullover — were a bit too considered to be truly elegant, after all.
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Definition of considered for English Language Learners
: resulting from careful thought
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