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rabble
mob; noisy crowd
raconteur
story-teller; one who tells stories with wit and skill
raffle
lottery; V: award as a prize in a raffle; Ex. raffle off a new car
rail
complain bitterly; scold; rant; Ex. the weaker railing against injustices
raiment
clothing; garments; Ex. I have no raiment fit to wear.
rake
immoral or dissolute person
rakish
jaunty; stylish; sporty; morally corrupt; dissolute; Ex. He wore his hat at a rakish and jaunty angle.
ramble
wander aimlessly (physically or mentally); digress
rampant
growing or spreading uncontrollably; growing in profusion; unrestrained; Ex. rampant lawlessness/weed
rampart
defensive mound of earth
ramble
wander aimlessly (physically or mentally); digress
rancid
having the odor of stale or decomposing fat; rank
rancor
long-lasting hatred; bitterness; Ex. negotiation without rancor; ADJ. rancorous
rankle
irritate; fester; annoy
rant
speak violently or excitedly; rave; talk excitedly showing anger; scold; make a grandiloquent speech; Ex. The priest ranted about the devil.