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Rabble
A disorganized or confused collection of things
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Rapacity
1. given to seizing for plunder or the satisfaction of greed
2. an inordinate amount of greed
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Rapt
1. deeply moved or delighted
2. deeply absorbed, engrossed
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Raze
To demolish; to level to the ground
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Reciprocal
Given or felt by each party or thing,toward the other; mutual
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Recompense
To give something to by way of compensation, to pay for
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Rectilinear
1. forming a straight line
2. formed by straight lines
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Redolence
Suggestive; reminiscent: usually dealing with smell
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Redolent
1. fragrant, aromatic
2. suggestive, reminiscent
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Redress
1. the setting right of what is wrong
2. to set right
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Regaled
Entertained sumptuously or agreeably
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Relegate
1. to send or consign to an inferior position, place, or condition
2. to send into exile; banish
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Relinquish
To give up
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Reluctant
1. Unwilling; disinclined: reluctant to help.
2. Exhibiting or marked by unwillingness: a reluctant smile.
3. Offering resistance; opposing.
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Renegade
Disloyal or relates to leaving one group and joining another
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Repercussions
An often indirect effect, influence, or result that is produced by an event or action.
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Replete
Complete
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Reprisal
Action or an act in retaliation against someone for injuries received
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Reprobate
Reprobate - Reprobate (1200x1200)
A morally unprincipled person; One who is predestined to damnation
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Repudiate
To reject the truth or validity of something; to deny
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Requiem
A piece of music composed to honor a dead person
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Requite
Make repayment for or return something.
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Rescind
Officially cancel, or quit
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Reserve
Formality and self-restraint in manner and relationship
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Restitution
Restoration to the former or original state or position
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Retort
To make a reply, especially a quick, caustic, or witty one
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Revel
To take great pleasure or delight in
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Reverence
1. a feeling of respect tinged with awe
2. a gesture showing deep respect, as a bow or curtsy
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Reveries
(plural of reverie) A daydream
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Revile
To assail with abusive language
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Rhapsody
1. Exalted or excessively enthusiastic expression of feeling in speech or writing.
2. A state of elated bliss; ecstasy.
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Rhetoric
Language that is elaborate, pretentious, insincere, or intellectually vacuous
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Rictus
A fixed grimace or grin
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Rift
A valley along the trace of a fault
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Ritard
A shortened version of the word ritardando, which is a term used in music to refer to gradually becoming slower.
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Roiling
Displeasing or disturbing
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RTD
The Southern California Rapid Transit District
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Rugosity
Rugosity - Rugosity (1200x1200)
the state or quality of being wrinkled, as in skin
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Ruminate
To thoughtfully ponder or to meditate on some topic
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Rut
1. A groove or furrow in a soft road, caused by wheels
2. Any deep mark, hole, or groove
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