- re·ex·am·in·a·ble, adjective
- re·ex·am·i·na·tion, noun
- re·ex·am·in·er, noun
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How to use reexamine in a sentence
It’s clear there’s an appetite among the key 18-to-34 demographic to reexamine as adults what they remember absorbing in fragments during childhood.Britney Spears and the trauma of being young, female and famous in the ’90s | Ashley Fetters | February 5, 2021 | Washington Post
If nothing else, recent events should cause us to reexamine our assumptions about the relationships between the First Amendment, content regulation, corporate power and any hope for a democratic future.The Fairness Doctrine won’t solve our problems — but it can foster needed debate | Victor Pickard | February 4, 2021 | Washington Post
So modern marketers are having to reexamine their toolkits, and what goals can be achieved by which levers across message, moment and medium.Another DTC brand diversifies media strategy amid ‘looming fear of being solely dependent on Facebook’ | Kimeko McCoy | February 4, 2021 | Digiday
Now inmate advocates and public health experts hope that officials will continue to reexamine who should really be inside and for how long.
Part post-holiday reset, part chance to reexamine one’s relationship with alcohol, it’s particularly popular with young adults.For the new year, an easy-to-sip guide that helps you abstain from alcohol for a month — or longer | Erin Blakemore | January 2, 2021 | Washington Post
A string of tragic deaths leads the author to reexamine her roots.
In May 2011, Scotland Yard launched a shadow investigation called Operation Grange to reexamine the original police work.Madeleine McCann Case: Police Hunt for Troupe of British Cleaners | Barbie Latza Nadeau | March 21, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
My experience with Witness allowed me to reexamine why I do what I do.Conflict Photographer Eros Hoagland on His Dangerous Craft | Eros Hoagland | November 5, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
The U.S. should then reexamine the amount of American aid with an eye to restoring it to its previous levels.
Deep faith may resonate in our position, but it is the ethic of love that forces us to prayerfully reexamine our position.Moss to African-American Clergy: Don’t Abandon Obama Over Same-Sex Marriage | Otis Moss III | May 15, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
reexamine the facts then and see if they are not compatible with another explanation.
You would think the maritime force would reexamine the method it provides air power from the sea, vital yet today too vulnerable.Shock and Awe | Harlan K. Ullman
The secretary ordered the services to reexamine their policies and submit detailed plans for carrying out this directive.Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965 | Morris J. MacGregor, Jr.
I challenge Congress to reexamine those policies and to reverse them.
The scientific mind holds opinions tentatively and is always ready to reexamine, modify or discard as new evidence comes to light.Crime: Its Cause and Treatment | Clarence Darrow
British Dictionary definitions for re-examine
to examine again
law to examine (one's own witness) again upon matters arising out of his cross-examination
- re-examinable, adjective
- re-examination, noun
- re-examiner, noun
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