serious consideration

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  • But then had he ever taken her into his serious consideration either? Cited from Greatheart, by Ethel M. Dell
  • I only ask you to take this subject into your serious consideration. Cited from Shifting Winds, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • The officer seemed to take this last request into more serious consideration than the first. Cited from Dreams and Dream Stories, Anna (Bonus) Kingsford
  • Perhaps a serious consideration of one of its own members would be worth their serious attention.
  • He would turn down the offer after giving it serious consideration.
  • Even now he found it difficult to give it serious consideration. Cited from The Lone Wolf, by Louis Joseph Vance
  • For the first time, serious consideration was given to the problem of supply.
  • A serious consideration that I have passed so many years to so little profit. Cited from The Grimke Sisters, by Catherine H. Birney
  • It seems strange now that this scheme should have received serious consideration. Cited from Proportional Representation Applied To Party Government, by Ashworth
  • He gave serious consideration to running for the House again that year, but decided against it.
  • We have had this subject under our most serious consideration. Cited from The Young Captives: A Story of Judah and Babylon, by Erasmus W. Jones
  • The points of views of others are now clearly recognized and taken into serious consideration.
  • I might have given it serious consideration had I not had speech with the girl herself. Cited from Vicky Van, by Carolyn Wells
  • He is turning the whole affair over in his head, seems taking it into serious consideration. Cited from Our World, by Francis Colburn Adams
  • Most of the other candidates given serious consideration by the media said they were not standing.
  • It was now nearly ten, and breakfast had become a serious consideration with him. Cited from Phineas Redux, by Anthony Trollope
  • They were both too much engaged by the present moments to give serious consideration to the future. Cited from The Mysteries of Udolpho, by Ann Radcliffe
  • What it would do when the tide was again high was a matter of serious consideration. Cited from From Powder Monkey to Admiral, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • 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
  • The teaching of religious systems is no longer under serious consideration as far as our public schools are concerned. Cited from The Lutherans of New York, by George Wenner
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