Definition Of rethought

verb

think again about (something such as a policy or course of action), especially in order to make changes to it.

the government was forced to rethink its plans

Example Of rethought

  • An architect must completely rethink his ideas after making contact with the residents and with reality.

  • Don't you understand that when I had my accident it made me rethink what was important to me?

  • Each year I learn new ideas and teaching approaches that encourage me to either rethink or reaffirm what I already do.

  • Environmental historians have rethought the recovery narrative of conservation and challenged the assumptions of the wilderness ethic.

  • From a financial standpoint, cooperatives may need to rethink how benefits are paid.


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