In the first place, he didn't consider this home.
When they got married, there were no children to consider - not even the likelihood.
Or do you think he'd consider it part of his job to watch me?
It was too far to consider driving every day, even if she had a car.
In her room, Adrienne was forced to consider the possibility that there was an opening.
Considering his comment about ambition, he probably didn't consider the education wasted.
So far I don't think I have a problem, but I have to consider those other ranchers when I decide how many wolves this land can support.
I wouldn't consider doing anything about this on my own.
Perhaps we should consider seeking an outside opinion...
Dusty, did you ever consider working for the Black God?
"Would you consider an exchange?" he asked carefully.
Consider it a fact.
Would you consider a trade, Darkyn?
If you satisfy me, I might consider whatever you ask of me, but I will never willingly spare your world.
"Maybe I could get excused from jury duty," Fred said, in a last-ditch effort to join what he now consider an adventure.
If computers are so popular, perhaps we should consider buying one for the use of our guests.
In the meantime, killing dealers he used to consider colleagues or allies weighed heavily on his emotions at a time when he needed to think clearly.
The one that might one day consider him an equal worth trusting with her heart.
I consider him a big player.
"Whatever. I'll consider this temporary," she said at last.
I'll consider it a favor.
We consider ourselves very beautiful in appearance, for mother has told us so, and she knows.
"I am very glad of that," said the Wizard, "and hope you will consider me one of your most faithful and devoted subjects."
"I will give you thirty days to consider the matter," said Coriolanus.
Consider what you would do in the following situations.
Consider the pan you most often cook in today.
I am filled with wonder when I consider the immeasurable contrasts between the two lives which it connects.
But what I consider my crown of success is the happiness and pleasure that my victory has brought dear Teacher.
But consider how little this village does for its own culture.
Some consider blue "to be the color of pure water, whether liquid or solid."
I don't know what you will think of it, but I consider it my duty to let you know of it.
Men always did and always will err, and in nothing more than in what they consider right and wrong.