verb (used with or without object), re·thought, re·think·ing.
Examples from the Web for rethought
Fortunately, he rethought his stance and ultimately traveled with the team.Speed Read: Highlights From Mariano Rivera’s Memoir, ‘The Closer’|Ben Teitelbaum|May 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The book needed to be rethought and rewritten from scratch in light of new developments.
At best her pictures can have an almost Cezanne-like complexity, rethought for our digital age.
After her rescue and a year in exile upriver, she had rethought her vow never to return.
New CDs tend to be priced between $12 and $17, but perhaps that needs to be rethought.
Should he tell all that he had hoped and thought and rethought respecting Jem Agar and Dora?From One Generation to Another|Henry Seton Merriman