to evaluate again or differently
- re-evaluation, noun
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How to use re-evaluate in a sentence
Wallace said his impression was that Fearey and other senior managers wanted Doyle to “re-evaluate” his approach.Fired From Los Alamos for Pushing Obama's Nuclear Agenda | Center for Public Integrity | July 31, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
re-evaluate the choices you have made in your life thus far.
“We had to look back to how we used to survive and re-evaluate our value,” he said.Celebrities, Take Note: Anguilla Is Back From the Brink | Debra A. Klein | May 6, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Today, Newseum announced it will "re-evaluate their inclusion" on its list of journalists.
In the suburbs, I've now had to re-evaluate if I'll let me kids go to some people's homes, because so many parents own guns.
Lent is the time when we re-evaluate our life in the light of our faith, and this requires a very real effort and discipline.Great Lent: A School of Repentance | Alexander Schmemann