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Together, they’re a concrete sign of a major rethink of antitrust law.

From Fortune

So given the fact that we negotiate the spaces around us in the same ways, it seems like we are overdue for a rethink.

From Ozy

For all the talk of a “return to normal,” large chunks of the old normal are due for a post-covid-19 rethink.

There’s also the fact that the company has been undergoing a bit of an executive shakeup among the Pixel line — something that appears to point to a dramatic rethink of the line.

All of this calls for a rethink of the hiring practices employers relied on in the past.

From Digiday

And these initiatives represent an effort to fundamentally rethink our landscape.

I hope it gets liberals to vote this November, and gets moderates to rethink their positions.

In the aftermath of the accident, House began to rethink his life.

But it would appear their use for the separatists was for a more short-term goal: to cause the government to rethink its assault.

When the president of the United States and his spymaster sound like Putin, it might be time to rethink things.

They had largely to rethink the Philosophies of Aristotle and Plato.

We may listen and read, but the views of others we cannot take on credit; we must rethink them and "make them our own."


On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rethink, such as: amend, reassess, reevaluate, reexamine, revise, and rework.

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