reconsider - REF

Reconsider (verb):Meaning:To think about something again, especially with the intention of changing one's previous decision, opinion, or judgment.


  1. After much reflection, she decided to reconsider her career options.
  2. The company's management has agreed to reconsider the proposed changes to the employee benefits.
  3. The judge asked the jury to reconsider their verdict based on new evidence.


  1. Rethink, review, reexamine.
  2. Reevaluate, reassess, reappraise.


  1. Decide, finalize, confirm.
  2. Ignore, disregard, dismiss.


  1. Reconsider a decision: The committee decided to reconsider the decision due to public outcry.
  2. Reconsider options: It's never too late to reconsider your options and choose a different path.
  3. Reconsider a proposal: The board will reconsider the proposal at their next meeting.


  1. Think twice and reconsider: Before making any hasty decisions, it's important to think twice and reconsider.
  2. Give it another thought: He suggested that she give it another thought and reconsider.


  1. Open to reconsideration: The policy is open to reconsideration based on feedback and suggestions.
  2. Under reconsideration: The project is currently under reconsideration by the management.


  1. Ask to reconsider: The employee asked the manager to reconsider the decision about his transfer.
  2. Worth reconsidering: The proposal is worth reconsidering due to its potential benefits.
  3. Reconsider one's stance: After hearing all the arguments, he decided to reconsider his stance on the issue.

Word Family (noun):

  • Reconsideration (noun): The act of thinking about something again, especially with the intention of changing a decision, opinion, or judgment.

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