lack of consideration

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As he banged me down upon my feet his face was bent close to mine and I did the only thing a gentleman might do under the circumstances of brutality, boorishness, and lack of consideration for a stranger's rights; I swung my fist squarely to his jaw and he went down like a felled ox.
It never entered his head to be ashamed of those he knew, and to take the Silvas out to a Christmas treat could in no way, so it seemed to him, show lack of consideration for Ruth.
There had been too, recently, a strange lack of consideration for herself that had wounded her more than she had imagined.
At such times the current of her nature ran in its deep narrow channel with great force and with an alarming lack of consideration for the feelings of others.
That was again highlighted by a worrying lack of consideration shown by the Premier League and clubs for the safety of thousands of away fans this weekend.
But several studies conducted prove the fact that UAE motorists perceive high levels of dangerous driving and the lack of consideration for others.
But what upsets her the most is her husband's absence from the house and his lack of consideration about telling her where he is going.
Their actions also corroborates the militias' lack of consideration for any peaceful solution to the conflict in Yemen and their determination to render impossible any future peace settlement.
A pursuit occurred, during which the driver demonstrated a disgusting lack of consideration for the safety of other road users.
In court, Rey, Abu and Kay argued that the contract is void from the beginning because there was lack of consideration as there was no meeting of the minds between Rey and Mon.
FLINTSHIRE actor Jonathan Pryce believes a new drama depicting one of Welsh history's darkest days is a "powerful" reminder of the lack of consideration towards working people.
Your selfish lack of consideration for the risk to others has had serious consequences.