Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To assess again.

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  • verb to assess again; to revise an earlier assessment; to reevaluate

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • verb revise or renew one's assessment

Etymologies

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re- +‎ assess

Examples

  • Then, on his official Twitter feed, he wrote, The definition of reassess is: To consider again, esp. while paying attention to new factors.

    CNN.com

  • But in a follow-up Tweet on Tuesday, Cain's Twitter account read: The definition of reassess is: To consider again, esp. while paying attention to new factors.

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • And I found my fists sort of coming up in the time that they had to come up and often I would sort of, you know, kind of reassess what has happened and really I think ...

    Black Panther Party Profiled In 'Night Catches Us'

  • This has been a few days in which the national media has had to kind of reassess its enthusiasm and the approach to this campaign.

    CNN Transcript Jan 12, 2008

  • According to Rodriguez, he already has Miller's script for the film, but has been waiting to "reassess" the project's future since MTV spoke to him back in July.

    Mickey Rourke Says Frank Miller Is Ready — ‘And I’m Ready, Too’ — For ‘Sin City 2’

  • And then they are going to have to kind of reassess what their message is, what their platform is going to be.

    CNN Transcript Nov 5, 2008

  • True, Clinton has agreed that NATO can "reassess" its plans on the number and nature of troops that might have to fight a war on the ground.

    Nato's War Party

  • This has been a few days in which the national media has had to kind of reassess its enthusiasm and the approach to this campaign.

    CNN Transcript Jan 13, 2008

  • Is it a good thing for Obama to kind of reassess and step back, a good thing for McCain?

    CNN Transcript Sep 11, 2008

  • Last week, a senior Chinese finance official told reporters in Beijing that the U.S. subprime problem had prompted the Chinese government to "reassess" financial-liberalization efforts.

    U.S., China Split on Risks

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