Synonyms & Antonyms : Thoughtful
( Adjective )
It was thoughtful
of you to warn me of your arrival.
Suzan listens to his class lectures attentively
A CID inspector has to be extremely circumspect
these days of criminal proclivities of respected class of businessmen and the beaurocrats.
An entrepreneur of consumer products has to be heedful
of the health of the consumers.
Indian women have been very provident
in keeping their budgets in trim.
They have to be prudent
in the choice of goods for consumption by the family.
I have to be careful
with my razor while shaving owing the hardness of my skin.
Modern family life expects the husband to be considerate
to his wife’s feelings and vice versa.
Pankaj is a carefree
boy. He studies deeply when on table and plays freely in the play ground.
He does not entertain any worries and keeps gay
Alfred is always remiss
in both studies and games.
Mr. Anil Jain is a reckless
businessman. He gambles higher stakes for his greed for money, but most of the time suffers losses.
Robin is negligent
of his games. Hence he often falls sick. He is neglectful
of his bodily health.
I feel giddy
due to prolong illness. I must take bed rest.
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