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Spell check of considered

Correct spelling: considered

Synonyms:
plotted, measured, proposed, purpose, incisive, evaluated, fantasized, scheduled, determined, supposed, schemed, rationalized, summed, minded, envisioned, scored, adjudicated, scrutinized, meant, examined, guessed, counted, deliberate, accounted, conscious, theorized, perused, surmised, inspected, decided, weighed, sound, premeditated, investigated, tried, tallied, voluntary, created, endeavored, intentional, scanned, expected, mediated, programmed, approximated, gauged, brooded, pronounced, well thought out, meditative, brainstormed, reflected, checked, reasoned, deduced, assessed, resolved, presumed, found, insightful, conceived, contemplated, thought-out, deductive, studious, perceived, designed, judged, opined, wise, perceptive, well-advised, smart, multiplied, concluded, chosen, systematized, arbitrated, knowing, verified, invented, totaled, mused, refereed, quantized, valued, computed, studied, chose, debated, imagined, observed, deliberated, appraised, reckoned, rated, quantified, advised, surveyed, estimated, cerebrated, thought, aimed, sentenced, triangulated, reviewed, figured, planned, intellectual, divided, cogitated, analyzed, speculated, added, concentrated, daydreamed, ruled, calculated, intended, thoughtful, wished, meditated, pondered, ranked, inferred, willful, enumerated.

Antonyms:
rushed, impromptu, unstudied, unadvised, chance, abrupt, random, instinctive, spontaneous, sudden, automatic, impetuous, extemporaneous, purposeless, hasty, haphazard, unconsidered, desultory, casual, hurried, ill-advised, hit-or-miss, aimless.

Examples of usage:

1) He considered it walking home. - "The Furnace", Rose Macaulay.

2) It was, she considered, the least that she could do. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

3) Well, I considered it my duty to tell you. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.

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