What does the word reconsider mean?

Usage examples for reconsider

  1. " This word," says J. P. Boyce, the great theologian, in his systematic theology, " means to reconsider, perceive afterwards and to change one's view, mind or purpose, or even judgment, implying disapproval and abandonment of past opinions and purposes, and the adoption of others which are different." – God's Plan with Men by T. T. (Thomas Theodore) Martin
  2. Won't you reconsider far enough to examine them, Mr. Colbrith? – Empire Builders by Francis Lynde
  3. However, after a few minutes, she began to reconsider the matter. – The Old Wives' Tale by Arnold Bennett
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