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Princeton's WordNet

  1. reassess, reevaluate(verb)

    revise or renew one's assessment

    Synonyms:
    reevaluate

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Alex
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How to use reassess in a sentence?

  1. Narongsak Osottanakorn:

    If we wait and the rain comes in the next few days we will be tired again from pumping and our readiness would drop. If that's the case, then we have to reassess the situation, we can only carry on the operation once we are ready and this will be done soon, because the air tank and other systems have to be reinstalled.

  2. Donald Trump:

    These individuals are subject to final orders of removal and they remain in the United States in violation of law, iCE will pursue enforcement of these removal orders using any and all available means, and has reserved the right to reassess fines in these cases. ICE remains committed to utilizing this enforcement tool, as provided by Congress, which serves an important role in promoting compliance with our immigration laws.

  3. Steve Schale:

    She'll reassess what her options will be and make a decision.

  4. Narongsak Osottanakorn:

    If we wait and the rain comes in the next few days we will be tired again from pumping and our readiness would drop. If that's the case, then we have to reassess the situation.

  5. Paul McGinley:

    I think it's a shrewd move, they (the U.S.) have lost eight of the last 10 Ryder Cups. If you're a business and your profits keep going down, what you would do is step back, reassess everything. Put some new things in place.


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