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recrimination
n a bitter counteraccusation, or the act of making a bitter counteraccusation
redolent
adj fragrant
redundant
adj unnecessarily repetitive; excessive; excessively wordy
refute
v to prove to be false; to disprove
reiterate
v to say again; to repeat
relegate
v to banish; to send away
relentless
adj continuous; unstoppable
relinquish
v to release or let go o; to surrender; to stop doing
remonstrate
v to argue against; to protest; to raise objections
renaissance
n a rebirth or revival
renounce
v to give up formally or resign; to disown; to have nothing to do with anymore
reparation
n paying back; making amends; compensation
repercussion
n a consequence; an indirect effect
replenish
v to fill again; to resupply; to restore
replete
adj completely filled; abounding
reprehensible
adj worthy of blame or censure
reprisal
n a millitary action undertaken in revenge for another; an act of taking "an eye for an eye"
reproach
v to scold, usually in disappointment; to blame; to disgrace
reprove
v to criticize mildly
repudiate
v to reject; to renounce; to disown; to have nothing to do with
requisite
adj required; necessary
resolute
adj determined; firm; unwavering