- v. alternative spelling of re-evaluate.
- v. revise or renew one's assessment
“After that date, he said the company would "reevaluate" the issue.”
“He has spoken out on the need to "reevaluate" our Free Speech!!!”
“He insisted that Rahman merely said it was time to "reevaluate" the cease fire because of the Egyptian government's oppression and recalcitrance.”
“Certainly it seemed that way when Texas slipped by Cal in the last poll of the season as a number of voters seemed to "reevaluate" their rankings to slip Texas in.”
“I just want to put baseball first just to see how good I can be and then kind of reevaluate it," Hendrickson said.”
“Tiger said, "I'm going to take a little time off and kind of reevaluate things.”
“I'm going to take a little time off and kind of reevaluate things.”
“Clint Hurdle said after the game that he was going to "reevaluate" the closer's role in Colorado.”
“When FOX is beating the second place guy by nearly four times, it's time to "reevaluate", no?”
“Anyway, he'd "reevaluate" constantly, sort of like he already has, but I would say it's iffy whether he and Palin would reverse the women in combat decision; I doubt they'd be spearheading any women-in-combat initiatives - let alone any reversal of don't ask, don't tell, despite its disproportionate effects on feamles.”
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