Another word for thoughtful
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These adjectives mean having or showing concern for the well-being of others. Although thoughtful and considerate are often used interchangeably, thoughtful implies a tendency to anticipate needs or wishes, whereas considerate stresses sensitivity to another's feelings: a thoughtful friend who brought me soup when I was sick; considerate, quiet neighbors. Attentive suggests devoted, assiduous attention: a good editor who is attentive to detail. Solicitous implies deep concern that often verges on anxiety or expresses itself in exaggerated and sometimes cloying attentiveness: was annoyed by a solicitous and meddlesome cousin.See Also Synonyms at pensive.
Another word for thoughtfuladjective
Of, characterized by, or disposed to thought:cogitative, contemplative, deliberative, excogitative, meditative, pensive, reflective, ruminative, speculative, thinking. Idiom: in a brown study. See thoughts
Appealing to or engaging the intellect:cerebral, intellectual, sophisticated. (Informal) highbrow. See thoughts
Full of polite concern for the well-being of others:attentive, considerate, courteous, gallant, polite, solicitous. See careful, treat well