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redolent
adj. fragrant; odorous; suggestive of an odor
redoubtable
adj. formidable; causing fear
redress
n. remedy; compensation
redundant
adj. superfluous; repetitious; excessively wordy
reek
v. emit (odor)
refraction
n. bending of a ray of light
refrain
v. abstain from; resist
refrain
n. chorus
refurbish
v. renovate; make bright by polishing
refute
v. disprove
regal
adj. royal
regale
v. entertain
regeneration
n. renewal or restoration (of a bodily part); spiritual rebirth
regime
n. method or system of government
regimen
n. prescribed diet and habits
rehabilitate
v. restore to proper condition
reimburse
v. repay
reiterate
v. repeat
rejoinder
n. retort; comeback; reply
rejuvenate
v. make young again
relegate
v. banish to an inferior position; delegate; assign
relent
v. give in
relevant
adj. pertinent
relic
n. surviving remnant; memento
relinquish
v. give up something with reluctance; yield
relish
v. savor; enjoy
remediable
adj. reparable
remedial
adj. curative; corrective
reminiscence
n. recollection
remiss
adj. negligent
remission
n. temporary moderation of disease symptoms; cancellation of a debt; forgiveness or pardon
remnant
n. remainder
remonstrance
n. protest; objection
remorse
n. guilt; self-approach
remunerative
adj. compensating; rewarding
rend
v. split; tear apart
render
v. deliver; provide; represent
rendition
n. translation; artistic interpretation of a song, etc.
renegade
n. deserter; traitor
renege
v. deny; go back on
renounce
v. abandon; disavow; repudiate
renovate
v. restore to good condition; renew
renown
n. fame
rent
n. rip; split
reparable
adj. capable of being repaired
reparation
n. amends; compensation
repast
n. meal; feast; banquet
repeal
v. revoke; annul
repel
v. drive away; disgust
repellent
adj. driving away; unattractive
repercussion
n. result of impact (of an event, etc.); rebound; reverberation
repertoire
n. list of works of music, drama, etc., a performer is prepared to present
replenish
v. fill up again
replete
adj. filled to the brim or to the point of being stuffed; abundantly supplied
replica
n. copy
replicate
v. reproduce; duplicate
repository
n. storehouse
reprehensible
adj. deserving blame
repress
v. restrain; crush; oppress
reprieve
n. temporary stay
reprimand
v. reprove severely; rebuke
reprisal
n. retaliation
reprise
n. musical repetition; repeat performance; recurrent action
reproach
v. express disapproval or disappointment
reprobate
n. person hardened in sin, devoid of a sense of decency
reprove
v. censure; rebuke
repudiate
v. disown; disavow
repugnant
adj. loathsome; hateful
repulsion
n. distaste; act of driving back
reputable
adj. respectable
reputed
adj. supposed
requiem
n. mass for the dead; dirge
requisite
n. necessary requirement
requite
v. repay; revenge
rescind
v. cancel