Consider

Pronunciation of Consider
/kənsˈɪdə/, /kənsˈɪdə/, /k_ə_n_s_ˈɪ_d_ə/

Antonyms for consider:

vilify.

Synonyms for consider:

Sense 1

feel, Intellectualize, size up, hash over, chew on, espouse, backtrack, stick to, think out, hash something out, think through, bounce off, grapple with, treat with, bounce around, talk over, talk around, incline, step back, talk out, think over, hammer out, have out, toss around, stand, thrash out, rethink, sleep on, look on, liaise, grope, sleep on it, excogitate.

Sense 2

wonder, ruminate, respect, talk through, bat around, esteem, play around, stereotype, lean, keep to, reckon with, pick over, mull, accredit, believe in, say, negotiate, adhere to, knock around, revisit.

Sense 3

admire, entertain, wrap up, inherit, exhaust, pick up on, run over, revolve.

Sense 4

get into.

Sense 5

open up.

Sense 6

deal with, mark.

Sense 8

talk.

analyze

figure, evaluate, kick around, think through, chew over.

argue

discuss.

believe

suppose, hold, feel.

calculate

gauge, size up, enumerate, multiply.

create

conceive.

equate

likening.

excogitate

think out.

eye

look at.

judge

referee.

linger over

dwell on.

look at

view.

reevaluate

reconsider.

sentence

pass judgment.

take

take.

take into account

allow for.

think

Intellectualize, ideate.

think about

puzzle over.

treat

talk about.

turn over

turn over.

weigh

allowance.

Sense 3 (noun)

discuss, talk over, negotiate, bat around, reconsider, toss around, talk, think over, deal with, kick around, talk through, consult.

Sense 5 (noun)

entertain, excogitate, chew on, revolve, mull, think through, think out, ruminate.

Sense 8 (noun)

esteem.

Sense 10 (noun)

admire.

consider (noun)

moot, deal, debate, count, turn over, look at, weigh, take, view, believe, conceive, deliberate, think, regard.

calculate (verb)

calculate, appraise, scheme, gauge, divide, deduce, conclude, quantize, rate, determine, measure, judge, study, rationalize, compute, weigh, think, account, reckon, schedule, presume, program, tally, sum, triangulate, total, multiply, add, count, evaluate, rank, enumerate, quantify, suppose, infer, plan, systematize, guess, approximate, surmise, estimate, value, assess, score, figure, plot.

cognition (verb)

regard, view, reckon, see.

examine (verb)

examine, check, peruse, scrutinize, scan, verify, inspect, survey, review.

imagine (verb)

conceive, perceive, ideate, create, observe, design, invent, theorize, fantasize, opine, brainstorm.

intend (verb)

choose, aim, expect, mind, mean, wish, endeavor, propose, intend.

judge (verb)

resolve, sentence, mediate, adjudicate, arbitrate, pronounce, find, rule, decide, referee.

perception (verb)

study.

regard a certain way (verb)

hold, count, deem, believe, suppose, feel, view, remember, think, analyze, appraise, estimate, respect, judge.

think (verb)

brood, meditate, cogitate, debate, contemplate, muse, ponder, analyze, reflect, envision, reason, cerebrate, speculate, imagine, concentrate, deliberate.

turn over in one's mind (verb)

consult, reckon with, contemplate, allow for, see, reflect, revolve, excogitate, deal with, think out, examine, muse, inspect, reason, deliberate, chew over, study, Perpend, ponder, subscribe to, ruminate, scan, toss around, think over, look at, scrutinize, regard, take up, meditate, cogitate, speculate.

Usage examples for consider:

  • It behooves her to consider well. - "Happiness and Marriage", Elizabeth (Jones) Towne.
  • I doubt whether he would consider you related to him by being my wife now. - "The Squatter and the Don", C. Loyal.
  • Lilly asked for time to consider. - "The Song of Songs", Hermann Sudermann.

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