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racy
sexually suggestive or sensational
radical
extreme; non-conservative; non-traditional
rancid
having a bad smell or taste
ransack
to throw into disorder or disorganization as a result of searching for valuables, esp. during a burglary
ransom
(1) the rescue from captivity by paying money; (2) release from punishment
rapt
totally attracted to; enchanted
ravine
a small valley with steep sides
reap
to win, acquire, or attain
receptacle
a container used for collecting items which are later thrown away
recess
to interrupt or suspend an activity or procedure
recession
(1) a group which leaves at the end of a ceremony; (2) a decline in the general economy
recite
to say or repeat a script from memory
recruitment
the process of adding new individuals to activities of employment
rectify
to make right or correct
recuperate
to recover health after an extended illness or operation; convalesce
refectory
a place for eating and drinking
refinement
the action of improving or perfecting
refrain (from)
to restrain or prevent oneself from doing something
regime
a strict form of management or government
register
to officially record an individual's name in a book or list
regress
to return to an earlier time period
rehabilitation
the action of returning to a state of good health, esp. through the use of therapy
rehearsal
a preparatory performance or recital
reiterate
to repeat or emphasize again
relapse
the action of returning to a previous condition, esp. for the worse; deterioration
relegate
to assign to an inferior group or category
relic
an item of historical or archeological significance
relinquish
to surrender or give up
relish
to enjoy very much
reluctant
hesitant or unready to act
remedy
a cure or therapy
remorse
the feeling of guilt or sadness about one's own wrongdoings; penitence
remunerate
to pay for a service performed; compensate
render
to give or provide, esp. a service
renounce
to refuse to obey or recognize the authority
renovate
to renew; to improve the condition of
repel
to push back or away
repent
to ask forgiveness for a sin or wrongdoing
replete
complete, abundant
reprehensible
suitable of receiving great blame or criticism; culpable
reproach
to give severe criticism or blame
reproduce
to prepare a copy of something from its original source
residue
part of something which is left over after the main part has been taken away
resolute
acting decisively and with determination
respiration
the action of breathing
reticent
reluctant or unwilling to talk
retire
to go to bed
retract
to draw back; to withdraw
retreat
a private place, often used to spend time alone
retrieve
to get or bring back again
retrospect
the examination of an event after it has occurred
revel
to celebrate, esp. wildly
revile
to criticize severely; scold; chide; rebuke; reproach
ringleader
leader of a group that participates in illegal activities
rivalry
competition; opposition
rodent
a small unwanted animal, such as a rat or a mouse
roomy
having enough space or room; spacious
rudimentary
basic or fundamental
rummage
to cause disorder while searching for something
ruthless
cruel; malicious