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Raze
verb: to tear down completely; to destroy
Rebuff
verb: to refuse in a sharp or rude way; to snub; to drive or beat back
Recalcitrant
adj: refusing to obey rules or follow orders; unmanageably resistant
Recluse
noun: a person who lives alone, away from others
Redundant
adj: wordy; exceeding what is necessary or normal; lavish; overflowing
Refurbish
verb: to freshen or polish again; to make like new
Rejuvenate
verb: to make young or fresh again
Relegate
verb: to put in a less important position; to assign; to banish
Relic
noun: a thing or part that remains from the past; something kept as sacred because it belonged to a saint
Remorse
noun: a deep feeling of sorrow or guilt over a wrong one has done
Restive
adj: fidgety, characterized by restlessness
Ribald
adj: crude, offensive; coarse
Risible
adj: inclined to, arousing, or provoking laughter
Saccharine
adj: overly sweet; phony sweet
Sacrosanct
adj: sacred; absolutely not to be violated
Salvo
noun: a volley of fire; a spirited verbal attack
Sanctimonious
adj: fake deviousness; hypocritical righteousness
Sanguine
adj: healthy, optimistic; hopeful, cheerful
Sardonic
adj: sarcastic; derisively humorous; mocking
Saturnine
adj: sullen, gloomy, surly; slow to act or change