Thoughtful in a sentence

Definition of Thoughtful

Demonstrating thought or careful consideration. | Demonstrating kindness or consideration for others.

How to use Thoughtful in a Sentence?

  • Her style of writing is enough to captivate both the thoughtful and the careless.
  • We were sitting around her after supper; and she had fallen into a very thoughtful mood.
  • The old man had the thoughtful wrinkle between his bushy eyebrows that always boded trouble.
  • He was a tall, intelligent-looking man with a rather craggy face and thoughtful brown eyes.
  • He was a thoughtful man, somewhat melancholy in disposition, and the author of a poem on suicide.
  • The thoughtful Grimshaw had provided these at the last moment of the departure of the biplane.
  • Lovers ought, perhaps, to be more thoughtful about "effect" than they are in real life.
  • In one of the slender craft knelt Joseph Brant, paddle in hand, thoughtful and yet rejoicing.
  • He did a thoughtful simple thing that made every savage who watched him gasp because of its very unexpectedness.
  • He had realized the possible awkwardness of the situation for her, and had been thoughtful enough to offer to call for her.
  • Her face was pale and worn but eminently beautiful, with the light of heaven on her thoughtful brow.
  • Both parties were so angry that thoughtful men soon began to see that war alone could end this bitter dispute.
  • It was now remarked, by all the educated and the thoughtful except the clergy that Sheol was to pay.
  • He had seen this method adopted by schoolboys, when the journey-money provided by thoughtful parents had been diverted to other and better ends.
  • But he was, as it were, rendered thoughtful by it, like a man who had not so much an experience as a sort of revelation vouchsafed to him.
  • Philippa became thoughtful as they drew towards the close of their journey and the slow, frosty twilight began to creep down upon the land.
  • The servant departed, and Scott remained thoughtful for a few moments with his head bowed upon his hands.
  • From the first I had noted that Bertrand was something graver and more thoughtful than had been his wont.
  • We have already seen in the bas-relief of the Madonna and Child how thoughtful a mood was sometimes upon the mother and her boy.
  • In the thoughtful silence following this tale, Tom Osby knocked his pipe reflectively against a cedar log.

Short Example Sentence for Thoughtful

  • Philippa was thoughtful for a few moments.
  • They were thoughtful as they crept between the sheets.
  • Menard was thoughtful during the evening meal.
  • Nor can it be so considered by any thoughtful mind.
  • Dave sat silent and thoughtful for some moments.
  • Sheen looked thoughtful at the conclusion of the fight.
  • I now returned to town thoughtful and crestfallen.
  • Drummond looked a little thoughtful as he put the ball in.
  • How thoughtful a little adversity makes one.
  • She took deep, thoughtful counsel of her heart.
  • With a thoughtful air he passed the telegram to Hiram.
  • At all these things Archibald gazed in thoughtful silence.
  • I will tell you that he was very kind, very thoughtful for me.
  • Ah, that's thoughtful of him.
  • That's why he settled everything so thoughtful and kind.
  • The four men on the floor looked unhappy under his thoughtful eye.
  • He said it half to me and half to himself in a curiously, thoughtful way.
  • He is a very quiet, thoughtful young man of about two or three and thirty.
  • The young aviator left the Interstate plant very thoughtful and serious.
  • She was more serious, more thoughtful of Mrs. Yorke herself, less wilful.

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