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rancorous characterized by bitter, long-lasting resentment; acrimonious
rankle to irritate; to cause resentment; irk
rarefy to make or become thin or less dense; refine, purify
recalcitrant obstinately resistant to authority; difficult to manage; defiant, rebellious
recondite hidden; concealed; difficult to understand; obscure; abstruse, esoteric
reconnoiter to engage in reconnaissance; investigate
redolence the state of being fragrant, suggestive, or evocative; fragrance
redress to set something right; to make amends for; rectify
refulgent radiant; shining; brilliant; luminous, resplendent
refute to disprove; to successfully argue against; rebut, counter
regale to delight or entertain; amuse
relegate to forcibly assign, especially to a lower place or position; demote, downgrade, consign
renege to fail to honor a commitment; to break a promise; withdraw
repartee witty conversation; banter
reprehensible worthy of blame or censure; shameful
repudiate to refuse to have anything to do with; to disown; abandon, deny
rescind to invalidate; to repeal; to retract; void, annul
reverent marked by, feeling, or expressing profound awe and respect; respectful
rhetoric the art or study of effective use of language for communication and persuasion; elocution
risible causing laughter; laughable; ludicrous
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