Antonyms for re-examine

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Never once did anyone have the moral courage to re-examine that old decision.

It was these well-known facts that induced us to re-examine this question.

But if you wish to re-examine the place, I can of course enable you to do so.

You compelled me to face the old problems once more, to re-examine the evidence.

Our counsel did not care to re-examine me; I recognised that it would be useless.

They turned to their pockets again, and began to re-examine them.

It is a retrograde theory which we are asked to re-examine and perhaps accept.

Will not chemists be obliged to re-examine much known material by laboratory methods conducted in the dark?

However, "from motives of a public nature," the Supreme Court would "re-examine" the grounds of its former decision.

He put that aside now,—it required too great an effort of the reasoning faculty to re-examine.