Some articles on considered:
... He spoke English, German, French and Hindi, was considered charming, courtly and kind ... He was twice recommended for the Victoria Cross, but on the first occasion was considered too young, and on the second too senior ... correspondent covering the Gallipoli campaign considered he had 'a breadth of mind which the army in general does not possess' ...
... were a success with the public, but literary critics considered them mediocre ... Cubas, also translated as Epitaph for a Small Winner), is widely considered a masterpiece ... Machado had no sympathy towards republicanism, as he considered himself a liberal monarchist and venerated Pedro II, whom he perceived as “a humble, honest, well-learned and ...
... The woodland habitat they prefer is considered an endangered ecological community ... common and widespread, the Yellow-faced Honeyeater is considered of Least Concern for conservation ... In some areas it is considered a pest because of its intrusion into orchards and urban gardens where it damages fruit ...
... (unpaid) whilst the voluntary sector are considered (confusingly) to employ staff working for a social or community purpose ... In addition however, the not-for-personal-profit sector is also considered to include social firms (such as cooperatives and mutuals) and more recently governmental institutions ... These other types of institutions may be considered to be quasi-private or quasi-public sector rather than stemming from direct community benefit motivations ...
... is a subjective term for types of sexual play that are considered to be pushing on the edge of the traditional S.S.C ... They would be considered more RACK (Risk-Aware Consensual Kink) ... Leather convention did not have panels on ageplay or scat because they were considered too edgy ...
More definitions of "considered":
- (adj): Carefully considered.
Example: "A considered opinion"
Famous quotes containing the word considered:
“During my administration the most unpleasant and perhaps most dramatic negotiations in which we participated were with the various leaders of Iran after the seizure of American hostages in November 1979. The Algerians were finally chosen as the only intermediaries who were considered trustworthy both by me and the Ayatollah Khomeini. After many aborted efforts, final success was achieved during my last few hours in the White House.”
—Jimmy Carter (James Earl Carter, Jr.)
“There was a time when the average reader read a novel simply for the moral he could get out of it, and however naïve that may have been, it was a good deal less naïve than some of the limited objectives he has now. Today novels are considered to be entirely concerned with the social or economic or psychological forces that they will by necessity exhibit, or with those details of daily life that are for the good novelist only means to some deeper end.”
—Flannery OConnor (19251964)
“The blaze of reputation cannot be blown out, but it often dies in the socket; a very few names may be considered as perpetual lamps that shine unconsumed.”
—Samuel Johnson (17091784)