reconvince

reconvince

(ˌriːkənˈvɪns)
vb (tr)
to convince (a person, organization, etc) again
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History of ineffective operations of business associations with one business association representative stating: "it is very hard to reconvince people that it is in the past and this is a whole new executive and that's not what we're about.
one may use routines, Chambriss states, "more and more compulsively, falling back on the old forms to reconvince oneself that order is still present" (2011: 290).
It's very labor-intensive and you have to be very devoted to the project, but every time I hear it played I immediately reconvince myself it was worth all the work.
Another plea from Campbell seemed to reconvince Arrington to sign with the Ducks, and Campbell `instructed the prospect,' the NCAA report states, that the letter should `reflect that it was executed prior to midnight' so it would be legal.
Media have helped to reconvince taxpayers that they must support the defense budget .