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Recrimination
a bitter counteraccusation or the act of making a bitter counteraccusation
court room
crime
Redolent
fragrant
red
Redundant
unnecessarily repetitive excessive, or wordy
Refute
to prove to be false, to disprove
refuse
Reiterate
to day again, to repeat
Re-
Relegate
to banish to send away
gate(send out of)
Relentless
continuous unstoppable
Relinquish
to release or let go of, to surrender, to stop doing
Remonstrate
to argue against, to protest, to raise objections
Renaissance
a rebirth or revival
Renounce
to give up formally or to resign; to disown to have nothing to do with anymore
Reparation
paying back making amends; compensation
repair (not physically)
repercussion
consequence, an indirect effect
replenish
to fill again to resupply to restore
replete
completely filled
reprehensible
worthy of blame or censure
reprisal
a military action undertaken in revenge for another. an act of taking an eye for an eye etc.
reproach
to scold, usually in a dissapointed manner
reprove
to critisize mildly
repudiate
to reject, to renounce, to disown,
requisite
required, necessary
resolute
determined, firm, unwavering