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redolent
fragrant,odorous
redress(n.&v.)
remedy,compensation
redundant
superfluous,repititious
reek(v)
emit(odour)
refectory
dining room
refraction
bending of a ray of light
refractory
stubborn,unmanageable
refrain(n&v)
(n)chorus,(v)abstain from,resist
refulgent
brightly shining,gleaming
refurbish
renovate,make bright by polishing
refute(v)
disprove
regal(adj.)
royal
regale(v)
entertain
regatta
boat or yacht race
regeneration
spiritual rebirth
regicide
murder of a king or queen
regime
method or system of government
regimen
prescribed diet and habits
rehabilitate
restore to proper condition
reimburse
repay
reiterate
repeat
rejoinder(n)
retort:comeback:reply
rejuvenate
make young again
relegate
banish to an inferior position:delegate:assign
relent
give in
relevant
pertinent,referring to the case in hand
relic(n)
surviving remnant,memento
relinquish
give up something with reluctance,yeild
relish
savor,enjoy
remediable
reparable
reminiscence
recollection
remiss(adj.)
negligant
remission
temporary releif of disease symptoms,cancellation of adept,forgiveness or pardon
remnant
remainder
remonstrance
protest,objection
remorse
guilt,self-reproach
remunerative
compensating,rewarding
rend(v)
split,tear apart
render
deliver,provide,represent
rendezvous(n),also(v)rendition
meeting place
rendition
translation:artistic interpretation of a song
renegade(n)
deserter,traitor
renege(v)
deny
renounce
abandon,disown,repudiate
renovate(v)
restore to good condition,renew
rent(n)
rip,split
reparable
capable of being repaired
reparation
ammends,compensation
repartee
clever reply
repast
meal,feast,banquet
repeal(v)
revoke ,annul
repel(v)
drive away,disgust
repellant
driving away,unattractive
repercussion
rebound,reverbation,reaction
repertoire(n)
list of works of music,drama
repine(v)
fret,complain
replenish
fill up again
replete
filled to the brim or to the point to be stuffed,abunduntly supplied
replica
copy
replicate
reproduce,duplicate
repository
storehouse
reprehensible
desreving blame
repress
restrain,crush,oppress
repreive
temporary stay
reprimand
reprove severly,rebuke
reprisal
retaliation
reprise
musical repition,repaet performance,recurrent action
reproach
express disapproval or disappointment
reprobate
person hardened in sin,devoid of a sense of decency
reprobation
severe disapproval
reprove
censure,rebuke
repudiate
disown,disavow
repugnance
loathing
repulsion
distaste,act of driving back
reputable
respectable
reputed
supposed
requiem
mass for the dead,dirge
requisite
necessary requirement
requite
repay,revenge