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redundant
repetitious; unnecessary
reek
to give off; emit
refactory
stubborn; hard to manage
refulgent
shining; glowing
refurbish
to make new; to freshen up
refute
to prove wrong, such as an opinion
regal
pertaining to a king; splendid
regale
to entertain
regenerate
to re-create; to reform morally; to replace a lost part of the body
regent
one who govern
regicide
the killing of a king
regime
a system of government
regimen
a regular system (of exercise, diet, etc.)
regressive
moving in a backward direction
regurgitate
to rush or surge back, as undigested food
rehabilitate
to restore to useful life
reimbuse
to pay back
reiterate
to repeat
rejuvenate
to make young again
relegate
to banish; to assign to an inferior position
relentless
unyielding
relevant
significant; pertaining to the subject
relinquish
to give up; to let go
relish
to enjoy; to take delight in
remediable
capable of being corrected
remedial
intended to correct
reminisce
to remember
remiss
negligent
remission
a lessening; a forgiveness as of sins or offenses
remonstrate
to protest; to complain
remorse
regret for wrongdoing
remuneration
payment for a service
renaissance
rebirth; renewal; revival
renal
pertaining to the kidneys
rend
to split; to tear apart