reexamine

[ree-ig-zam-in]
verb (used with object), reexamined, reexamining.
1.
to examine again.
2.
Law. to examine (a witness) again after having questioned him or her previously.
Also, re-examine.


Origin:
1585–95; re- + examine

reexaminable, adjective
reexamination, noun
reexaminer, noun
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Example sentences
Have students reexamine their earlier definitions of migration.
If they are not, reexamine them--they may not be as special as you think.
Taking that into consideration, it is prudent to reexamine the experiment and look for missing factors.
We reexamine this hypothesis further using simulation and econometric methods.
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