verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Related formsre·con·sid·er·a·tion, nounun·re·con·sid·ered, adjective
Examples from the Web for reconsider
But if he heard this combination of Greek and Cuban music, he would be forced to reconsider.
“The West will have to reconsider its approach towards the PKK,” he said.PKK Kurdish Terrorists Are Fighting IS Terrorists With U.S. Help|Thomas Seibert|August 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Once upon a time in America, bold social movements pressed us all to reconsider our answer.
Leno immediately sought to have the Senate reconsider the measure, and it could come to a revote this week.
A British High Court judge has only just last month ordered the government to reconsider its decision.
I am sorry for Ewing; indeed, I tried to get the directors to reconsider their decision and give him another chance.Christopher Quarles|Percy James Brebner
Will you not reconsider your determination of resigning your post?The River of Darkness|William Murray Graydon
The psychologist shook his head, then appeared to reconsider and his face brightened.Take the Reason Prisoner|John Joseph McGuire
Go back to your racing; and if, before I die, you have come nearer making a man of yourself, perhaps I will reconsider.Motor Matt's Clue|Stanley R. Matthews
She was a good deal comforted and inclined to reconsider the position which had seemed so hopeless half-an-hour ago.The Honorable Miss|L. T. Meade