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
During his recent speech to US Congress, Macron made plain his feelings about Trump's stance, urging the US President to reconsider.
Buffett has tended to stake out neutral territory, even as people continue to urge the Berkshire chief executive officer to explain and potentially reconsider his views.
The latest decision resulted from Skakel’s request for the high court to reconsider.
In addition to calling for Pugh to reconsider McKenstry’s post, Ryan said McKenstry should apologize to Sgt.
Given a day to reconsider, and in the wake of national laughter at his hubris, Rosen toned down his comments.
The high court’s decision did not order them freed while prosecutors reconsider the case and decide whether to seek a retrial.
The high court's decision did not order them freed while prosecutors reconsider the case and decide whether to seek a retrial.
There’s also the possibility the court will kick the case back to the lower court for lack of jurisdiction or so the San Antonio court can reconsider its findings.
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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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