Synonyms for Considerations:


calculations (noun)
Schedules, sums, deductions, mathematics, estimations, guesses, scores, Measurements, plots, Studies, divisions, counts, judgements, totals, calculations, assessments, values, gauges, systems, thoughts, valuations, schemes, conclusions, approximations, Tallies, methods, inferences, computations, plans, ranks, statistics, appraisals, determinations, suppositions, Evaluations, Algorithms, Programs, presumptions, accounts.
ideas (noun)
inspirations, observations, designs, inklings, images, Perceptions, Visions, brainstorms, Theories, notions, conceptions.
intentions (noun)
Goals, proposals, Wills, endeavors, Ideas, Policies, wishes, approaches, scenarios, procedures, expectations, Intentions, strategies, ambitions, choices, objects, forethoughts, agendas, Prospectuses, forecasts, aims.
judgements (noun)
mediations, justices, pronouncements, rulings, Judgments, findings, resolutions, decisions, sentences, verdicts.
rewards (noun)
Incentives, Bounties, wages, Rewards, awards, inducements, Plums, Grants, gifts, enticements, tributes, allowances, gratuities, lures, payments, tips, prizes, amends, compensations, allotments, Bonuses, stipends, temptations, Sweeteners, Carrots, honoraria, Remunerations, treats, sweepstakes.
thoughts (noun)
Imaginations, reflections, brain works, Concentrations, preoccupations, intellections, deliberations, speculations, meditations, Analyses, musings, Attentions.
topics (noun)
assertions, Bases, expositions, issues, premises, problems, texts, Beliefs, subjects, concepts, assumptions, topics, postulations, arguments, axioms, conjectures, motifs, principles, Queries, themes, opinions, paradigms, contentions, questions, positions, matters, Theses, statements, theorems, dissertations, points, Essays, Hypotheses.

Usage examples for considerations

  1. And if this point be conceded, the other considerations mentioned may be allowed to have weight in favor of " O Lord, bow thine ear." – A Short History of the Book of Common Prayer by William Reed Huntington
  2. These considerations make us all hasten the marriage, and resolve it upon Monday next, which is three days before we intended it. – Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete Transcribed From The Shorthand Manuscript In The Pepysian Library Magdalene College Cambridge By The Rev. Mynors Bright by Samuel Pepys Commentator: Lord Braybrooke
  3. " Pierre, when I'm working on a case like this, any resemblance between my opinions and the statements I may make is purely due to conscious considerations of policy," Rand told him. – Murder in the Gunroom by Henry Beam Piper