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rebuke
to speak severely to someone because they have done something wrong
recalcitrant
unwilling to obey rules or follow instructions; difficult to control
recapitulate
to repeat or give a summary of what has already been said, decided, etc.
reciprocate
to behave or feel toward someone in the same way as they behave or feel toward you; 2.
recluse
a person who lives alone and likes to avoid other people
reconcile
1. if you reconcile two people or groups, or if they reconcile, they become friendly again after a disagreement; 2.to find an acceptable way of dealing with two or more ideas, needs, etc. that seem to
rectitude
the quality of thinking or behaving in a correct and honest way
redoubtable
if a person is redoubtable, they have very strong qualities that make you respect them and perhaps feel afraid of them
refract
(of water, air, glass, etc.) to make light change direction when it goes through at an angle
refurbish
to clean and decorate a room, building, etc. in order to make it more attractive, more useful, etc.
refute
1.to prove that something is wrong; 2.to say that something is not true or fair
regurgitate
1.(formal) to bring food that has been swallowed back up into the mouth again; 2.(disapproving) to repeat something you have heard or read without really thinking about it or understanding it
relegate
to give someone a lower or less important position, rank, etc. than before
relish
to get great pleasure from something; to want very much to do or have something