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  • The officer seemed to take this last request into more serious consideration than the first. Cited from Dreams and Dream Stories, Anna (Bonus) Kingsford
  • We can show them no more consideration than we show Spanish subjects. Cited from Mr. Fortescue, by William Westall
  • Naturally among such kinds no one member is of more consideration than another. Cited from The Naturalist in La Plata, by W. H. Hudson
  • To keep a husband in love is a more serious consideration than to win a lover. Cited from A Woman of the World, by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
  • In this house I am to receive no more consideration than a mere stranger. Cited from Woman's Trials, by T.S. Arthur
  • There was no more important consideration than a year-round source of abundant clean water.
  • Surely, after what had happened, she was entitled to more consideration than this. Cited from A Man's Woman, by Frank Norris
  • In general, however, such matters receive more consideration than the more complex ones of direct social bearing. Cited from Vocational Guidance for Girls, by Marguerite Stockman Dickson
  • Even a dog gets more consideration than we did.
  • I was very sorry, but there was a higher consideration than sense. Cited from David Copperfield, by Charles Dickens
  • There is always a great deal more to be taken into consideration than one realises at first. Cited from Three Comedies, by Bjornstjerne M. Bjornson
  • We were talking of a much more serious consideration than a birthday. Cited from Tom and Some Other Girls, by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
  • He was handled with more consideration than he expected, and reached the deck without any injury. Cited from Fighting for the Right, by Oliver Optic
  • He showed more patience and consideration than one usually sees on the bench. Cited from The Mintage, by Elbert Hubbard
  • The question of two or three small ships against one large involves more considerations than number and weight of guns. Cited from The Life of Nelson, Vol. II. (of 2), by A. T. (Alfred Thayer) Mahan
  • Even a popular author -- indeed, especially a popular author -- owes us more consideration than that. Cited from Punch, Vol. 153, Oct. 24, 1917, Ed. by Sir Owen Seaman
  • Other considerations than any he might suggest, he subtly understood, held her attention. Cited from The Last Shot, by Frederick Palmer
  • Nor did the latter and now unhappy personage appear to give it much more consideration than the rest. Cited from Guy Rivers: A Tale of Georgia, by William Gilmore Simms
  • McAdams argued that class was a far more important consideration than race to White parents.
  • It is a period of life which deserves much more consideration than it often receives. Cited from Concord and Appledore,by Frank Preston Stearns
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