I will give you until tomorrow," he said, "to reconsider
your answer to my offer.
You-all'd better reconsider
and go in with me on it.
In mercy to Me, I implore you to reconsider
In the present case, his dearest interests were concerned in inducing Isabel to reconsider
She took the offended wife's hand; she appealed to the lawyer to reconsider
that side of his theory which reflected harshly on Ferrari.
your conduct; reconsider
what you have said to me--or you count me no longer among your friends.
There was still time to reconsider
her resolution--still time to write the account of the accident, as she had proposed, and to send it with the letter-case to Lady Janet Roy.
He would have held his tongue about it, both as a measure of prudence, and in order not to have to reconsider
and was the object to persuade weak Sir Joseph to reconsider
his daughter's contemplated marriage in a sense favorable to Launce?
I need hardly point out, therefore, how deeply he was conscious of the responsibility he threw upon our shoulders when he invited us to reconsider
He was under the same roof as the girl he had deprived of her inheritance, and it should be simple to establish such friendly relations as would enable him to reveal his identity and ask her to reconsider
her refusal to relieve him of a just share of her uncle's money.