He needed 24 hours to reconsider, he said, while looking at the ground in shame.
There were also links to prepared messages, which asked the companies to reconsider advertising with News of the World.
They force readers to reconsider their most strongly held convictions, to imagine themselves in the lives of others.
My friends, clearly in a desperate situation pleaded with me to reconsider.
Almost “magically,” he soon received a telegram from Hollywood urging him to reconsider.
That is not far off; but you have until then to reconsider your refusal to sell me your patents.
Ye told us this morning, gentlemen, to go away and reconsider our position.
Had I condemned yonder young man to his death—and perhaps I have—I would not now reconsider that decision.
One of my friends sent a letter, entreating me to reconsider my determination.
He thought the best way of settling this business would be to reconsider that question.