[verb ree-thingk; noun ree-thingk]
- to reconsider, especially profoundly.
- the act of reconsidering.
Origin of rethink
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Examples from the Web for rethinking
It all comes down to “rethinking the way that we utilize medication,” said Clear.Legal, Regulated Heroin Could Have Saved Philip Seymour Hoffman
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This temporary readjustment to our conventional norm is a perfect parallel to rethinking Drops of God in terms of wine education.'The Drops of God': Wine Books You Will Actually Want to Read
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The central bank is constantly redesigning and rethinking the design of every bank note—except the lowly $1 bill.All About the Benjamins: Here’s the Redesigned $100 Bill
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In the process of rethinking my ideas on white nationalism, people who disagreed with me were critical.Renounced Racist Derek Black Speaks Out
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There was an indication that MSNBC, at least, may be rethinking its reliance on these shows.The Saddest Reality Stars of All: Prisoners
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He seemed to be reliving the events, rethinking the thoughts he'd had then.The Sky Is Falling
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It will also require a rethinking of the relation between politicians and constituents.
Rethinking the motivations and methods of legislation, even its legitimacy, are goals worthy of being pursued.
- to think about (something) again, esp with a view to changing one's tactics or opinions
- the act or an instance of thinking again
Word Origin and History for rethinking
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