Reconsider Re`con*sid"er (r?`k?n*s?d"?r), v. t. 1. To consider again; as, to reconsider a subject. [1913 Webster]

2. (Parliamentary Practice) To take up for renewed consideration, as a motion or a vote which has been previously acted upon. [1913 Webster]

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