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remedial
1.aimed at solving a problem, especially when this involves correcting or improving something that has been done wrong; 2.connected with school students who are slower at learning than others
renovate
to repair and paint an old building, a piece of furniture, etc. so that it is in good condition again
renown
fame and respect because of something you have done that people admire
renunciation
1.an act of stating publicly that you no longer believe something or that you are giving something up; 2. [uncountable] the act of rejecting physical pleasures, especially for religious reasons
repentant
feeling or showing that you are sorry for something wrong that you have done
repose
a state of rest, sleep, or feeling calm
reprehensible
morally wrong and deserving criticism
reprieve
1.to officially cancel or delay a punishment, especially for a prisoner who is condemned to death; 2.to officially cancel or delay plans to close something or end something
reproach
to criticize or find fault with someone
reprobate
a person who behaves in a way that society thinks is immoral
reprove
to tell someone that you do not approve of something that they have done
repudiate
1.to refuse to accept something; 2.to say officially and/or publicly that something is not true
repulse
1.to push someone or something back or away, esp. to successfully stop an attack; 2. If something repulses you, it causes you to have a strong feeling of dislike and want to avoid it.
reputable
that people consider to be honest and to provide a good service
requisition
a formal, official written request or demand for something