Definition of inconsideration in English:

inconsideration

Pronunciation /ˌinkənˌsid(ə)ˈrāSH(ə)n/ /ˌɪnkənˌsɪd(ə)ˈreɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

See inconsiderate

‘Maybe it's an escape from the outside world where many of us do battle with the small inconsiderations of strangers and the big ones of colleagues and businesses.’
  • ‘Those things are down to sheer inconsideration.’
  • ‘In the face of your inconsideration or unkindness, I may experience pain, indignation, chagrin, shame, annoyance, bashfulness and more besides.’
  • ‘I became appalled by what I saw in my brothers and sisters, their inconsideration for their hosts.’
  • ‘Every dorm-goer must experience his/her share of frustrating roommate hassles and inconsiderations.’