Another word for consider
To take into account
allow for, provide for, grant, accede, concede, acknowledge, admit, assent to, subscribe to, recognize, regard, respect, think of, make allowance for, take into consideration, keep in mind, bear in mind, heed, factor in, reckon with; see also admit 3.
contemplate, think about, think over, reflect, weigh, study, deliberate, cogitate, examine, take up, deal with, take under consideration, take under advisement, talk over, mull over, toss around*, bat around*, kick around*, chew over*, play around with*, see about*, dream of*, flirt with (an idea)*; see also examine 1, reconsider, think 1.
consider, in this comparison, denotes a directing of the mind to something in order to understand it or to make a decision about it to consider suggestions for improvement; study implies more intense concentration of the mind and methodical attention to details to study the effects of a drug; contemplate implies a deep, continued mental viewing of a thing, sometimes suggesting the use of intuitive powers in envisioning something or dwelling upon it; weigh suggests a balancing of contradictory information, conflicting opinions, or possible eventualities in reaching a decision; reflect, suggesting a turning of one's thoughts back to something, implies quiet, earnest consideration
Another word for considerverb
To direct the eyes on an object:contemplate, eye, look, view. Idiom: clap (or lay) (or set) one's eyes on. See see
To think or think about carefully and at length:chew on (or over), cogitate, contemplate, deliberate, entertain, excogitate, meditate, mull, muse1, ponder, reflect, revolve, ruminate, study, think, think out, think over, think through, turn over, weigh. Idioms: cudgel one's brains, put on one's thinking cap, rack one's brain. See thoughts
To receive (an idea) and take it into consideration:entertain, hear of, think of. See thoughts
To be occupied or concerned with:deal with, take up, treat. Idiom: have to do with. See relevant
To look upon in a particular way:account, deem, esteem, reckon, regard, see, view. See perspective
To have an opinion:believe, deem, hold, opine, think. (Informal) figure, judge. Idiom: be of the opinion. See opinion
To have a high opinion of:admire, esteem, honor, regard, respect, value. Idioms: look up to, think highly (or much) (or well) of. See praise