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relinquish
surrender or resign; yield, cede, waive, drop, renounce, let go of, free, release
rehabilitate
restore to effectiveness; reestablish, reform, straighten out, reinstate, renew, renovate, fix, transform
regime
system of government, rule, administration, leadership
redundant
superfluous, unnecessary, surplus, unneeded, unwanted
reconcile
make friendly again; untie, re-unite, restore harmony, between, make peace, sort out, smooth over
rebuttal
refute, disprove, deny, discredit, contradict, expose, shoot down
query
question, inquiry, doubt, uncertainty, reservation, problem
quandary
confusion, predicament, plight, dilemma
prose/prosaic
ordinary form of the written or spoken language/banal, tedious, prosy, pedestrian, flat, routine, everyday, bland, characterless, plain, trite, tired, lifeless, insipid, uninteresting, humdrum, monotonous
prodigal
extravagant, spendthrift, profligate, immoderate, intemperate, reckless, genereous, bountiful, copius, profuse, excessive, liberal, abundant
stagnant
standing, still, unmoving, quiet, sluggish, immobile, flat, stale, foul, putrid
squander
spend (money, time etc.) wastefully
speculate
reflect, meditate, cogitate, think, mull, ponder, contemplate, judge, weigh
solicit
entreat, beseech, implore, petition, importune, appeal, carve, approach, entice, lure
snide
slyly derogatory