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Spell check of considered

Correct spelling: considered

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.

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.