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resilient
recovering quickly
regimen
a regular routine
repugnant
disgusting
remunerate
payment for a service
reputed
supposed to be
repress
to control; to hold down
requite
to return or avenge
reprimand
to scold
restitution
repayment
reprehensible
shameful
resume
a summary
remonstrate
to protest; to complain
repulse
to drive back
remorse
regret; sadness
rescind
to cancel; to repeal
ratify
to approve of
reproof
a rebuke
regenerate
to re-create; to reform morally; to replace a lost part of the body
resonance
fullness of sound
replete
filled
resolute
very determined
raze
to destroy
resurge
to rise again
remission
a lessening; a forgiveness of offenses
restive
restless or impatient
regale
to entertain
resurrection
revival
rebuff
to reject; to snub
respite
a rest
regime
a system of government
reprobate
a wicked person
renegrade
traitor or outlaw
requiem
funeral hymn
repast
a meal
resolve
solve a problem; strong determination
rebuttal
opposing argument
repudiate
to reject
ravenous
extremely hungry; greedy
reproach
to blame
rejuvenate
to make new or young again
resuscitate
to revive
renege
to go back on one's word
retaliation
revenge
regurgitate
to bring back
resignation
acceptance of a situation or circumstance
reciprocal
interchangeable
resplendent
shining brightly
recreant
coward
requisite
required or necessary
recluse
hermit
refractory
stubborn
recidivism
to return to criminal behavior
regal
pertaining to a ruler; splendid
rational
reasonable
repertoire
special skills or talents
reimburse
to pay back
rectify
to correct
rationalize
to make an excuse for
repercussion
after-effect
rebuke
to scold
reparation
compensation; to make up for a wrong
recrimination
countercharge
refurbish
to make new
reconcile
to bring into agreement or harmony
recuperate
to recover
reprisal
revenge
recumbent
reclining
recapitulate
to summarize
reciprocate
to give in return
repose
to rest
reconnoiter
to survey
realm
kingdom or region
redoubtable
formidable
repartee
a witty reply
recede
to withdraw
relentless
unyielding
recount
to tell a story
redemption
deliverance or rescue
redolent
having a pleasant odor
rehabilitate
to restore
refulgent
shining; glowing
reminisce
to rememeber
rectitude
honest
raucous
irritating or harsh sound
redress
to remedy
remiss
negligent
remediable
capable of being corrected
redundant
superfluous; unnecessary; repetitive
relinquish
to give up
recalcitrant
hard to manage
regicide
the killing of a king
regent
one who governs
ration
a fixed portion
recant
to withdraw a statement
repine
to complain; to fret
ratiocinate
to reason
remedial
intended to correct
relegate
to give an inferior position to
refute
to prove wrong; disprove
reiterate
to repeat
relevant
pertaining to the subject
rendezvous
a meeting; appointment
recess
a notch in something or a pause or rest
recondite
hard to understand
rend
to split; to tear apart
renaissance
rebirth; renewal; revival
relish
to enjoy