Definition of Thoughtfulness

1. Noun. A calm, lengthy, intent consideration.




2. Noun. Kind and considerate regard for others. "He showed no consideration for her feelings"
Exact synonyms: Considerateness, Consideration
Specialized synonyms: Attentiveness, Tact, Tactfulness
Generic synonyms: Kindness
Derivative terms: Considerate, Consider, Thoughtful
Antonyms: Inconsideration, Thoughtlessness

3. Noun. The trait of thinking carefully before acting.

4. Noun. A considerate and thoughtful act.
Exact synonyms: Consideration
Generic synonyms: Benignity, Kindness
Derivative terms: Consider, Thoughtful

Definition of Thoughtfulness

1. Noun. thoughtful and considerate attention ¹

2. Noun. careful deliberation before action ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Thoughtfulness

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Literary usage of Thoughtfulness

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1. Education for Character: Moral Training in the School and Home by Frank Chapman Sharp (1917)
"If we designate the possession of the power and the corresponding habit as moral thoughtfulness, we may say that the great end of moral "instruction" is a ..."

2. Ethics by John Dewey, James Hayden Tufts (1908)
"Thoughtfulness and Progress—This sense of wider values than those definitely ... As thoughtfulness, it will always be on the lookout for the better. ..."

3. A Course in Citizenship and Patriotism by Ella Lyman Cabot, Fannie Fern Andrews, Fanny E. Coe, Mabel Hill (1918)
"JANUARY: Thoughtfulness AND RESPECT FOR AUTHORITY For the Teacher: I doubt if she said to you much that could act As a thought or suggestion : she did not ..."

4. A Course in Citizenship and Patriotism by Ella Lyman Cabot, Fannie Fern Andrews, Fanny E. Coe, Mabel Hill (1918)
"JANUARY: Thoughtfulness AND RESPECT FOR AUTHORITY For the Teacher: I doubt if she said to you much that could act As a thought or suggestion: she did not ..."

5. A Course in Citizenship and Patriotism by Ella Lyman Cabot, Fannie Fern Andrews, Fanny E. Coe, Mabel Hill (1918)
"But the branch grew into a great tree, and every year bore golden fruit for the kind children. JANUARY: Thoughtfulness AND RESPECT ..."

6. Ethics by John Dewey, James Hayden Tufts (1908)
"Thoughtfulness and Progress — This sense of wider values than those definitely ... As thoughtfulness, it will always be on the lookout for the better. ..."

7. Ethics by John Dewey, James Hayden Tufts (1908)
"Thoughtfulness and Progress—This sense of wider values than those definitely apprehended or ... As thoughtfulness, it will always be on the lookout for ..."

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