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
As the Justice Department report explains, this is not the first time Till’s case has been reconsidered.
While rescue plans are being reconsidered, efforts are now being focused on supplying the boys with a regular supply of oxygen and fiber optic cables, to allow the boys to contact their families for the first time in almost two weeks.
The bill was rejected last year, but it's now being reconsidered as the decisions of the two American tech giants have brought international attention to Ireland's electoral integrity.
Quip was entered to run in the Kentucky Derby in two weeks’ time, but now that was being reconsidered.
What may be more challenging for audiences is reconsidering what constitutes a love story.
The demonstrators formally delivered a letter asking Severson to reconsider his decision, which was approved by ICE in late 2017.
The judge also wrote that Piercy deserved a new hearing to reconsider Karsten's decision to withhold his pay and benefits.
Reasons for the cancellation Piacquadio has asked the town to reconsider its decision.
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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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