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verb as in change the perspective

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It requires you to give yourself a kick in the butt and to use the strength of your mind to reframe the challenge and to not retreat to the comfortable.

For those who feel that way, I would like to reframe the issue.

So, every four years, we get a flood of maps reframing the results to emphasize the number of voters supporting each candidate, not the number of acres.

In other words, elections that are widely understood to be a rejection of the incumbent are often good for the challenger when it comes to the vote totals, but more challenging to reframe as a public endorsement of new ideas or policies.

The Sunrise Movement led the effort to reframe climate policy as a “Green New Deal” that would remake the economy and then make it boom, an effort that has led to some of the oddest exchanges of the combined three onstage hours so far.

You know, films are great when they reframe reality and cause conversations and dialogue.

And her response was an attempt to put Democrats on the defensive and reframe the “war on women.”

And pro-choice activists have repeatedly failed to reframe them as issues of discrimination against women.

We need to reframe our policy debates around social values and political choice.

The Obama administration and Democrats are moving quickly to reframe the issue and move new policy.

In 1541 he was back at Geneva with an understood commission to reframe the religious and social life of the city.

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On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reframe, such as: reevaluate, reexamine, replan, rethink, reassess, and null.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.