Examples of reconsider in a Sentence
She refused to reconsider her decision not to loan us the money.
Local opposition has forced the company to reconsider building a new warehouse here.
We hope you will reconsider.
Recent Examples of reconsider from the Web
Could Manafort’s stumble inspire Trump to reconsider his fidelity?
The final thing to reconsider, sadly, is the burrito itself.
Mulvaney has also dropped a lawsuit against payday lenders and said the agency would reconsider rules the financial industry complained would be particularly onerous.
Cooking at home might seem a simple way to honor Mother Earth, but restaurants across the country and around the globe are giving you an excuse to reconsider.
An exercise group and a youth soccer program that regularly use La Mesa parks are asking the City Council to reconsider a plan to hike the fees charged to use the facilities.
That fall, Nenner took his case file to the District Attorney’s Office and asked prosecutors to reconsider the charges.
North Korea responded to Trump’s decision with a surprisingly conciliatory gesture, asking Trump to reconsider and saying the North was ready to resume dialogue.
As Bloomberg Law also notes, at least one Democratic senator, Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, had asked Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta to reconsider the time restrictions in a Senate hearing.
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change one's mind (about), go over, think better of;
RECONSIDER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of reconsider for English Language Learners
: to think carefully about (someone or something) again especially in order to change a choice or decision you have already made
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