rethink

[v. ree-thingk; n. ree-thingk]
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), rethought, rethinking.
1.
to reconsider, especially profoundly.
noun
2.
the act of reconsidering.

Origin:
1690–1700; re- + think1

rethinker, noun
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rethink
 
vb , -thinks, -thinking, -thought
1.  to think about (something) again, esp with a view to changing one's tactics or opinions
 
n
2.  the act or an instance of thinking again

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rethink
1700, from re- "back, again" + think (q.v.).
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Example sentences
But this week's discussions have made me rethink my intuition about names on
  social networks.
We need to rethink not only the function of government, but its form.
If the city is experiencing high and rising prices, there might be barriers to
  building that you need to rethink.
We find ourselves at that watershed moment when it is time to rethink the
  supermarket.
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