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New InformationPlay
Remember to use 'reconsider' when new facts make you question your previous decision or opinion. SlideShe found her lost keys and had to reconsider her previous assumption that they were stolen.
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Change PossiblePlay
Use 'reconsider' to suggest that a decision isn't final and can be changed if needed. SlideThe board will reconsider the budget next quarter in light of the new financial reports.
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Serious ReflectionPlay
'Reconsider' implies serious thinking, not just a quick second look. SlideAfter the argument, he took some time off to reconsider his priorities.