Mini Dictionary (R) | Hamaraguru

Mini Dictionary (R) | Hamaraguru
  1. raffish: (adjective). marked by or suggesting flashy vulgarity or careless unconventionality


  1. ramification (ram-uh-fuh-KA-shun): (noun)  consequence or outgrowth


  1. rapprochement (ra-prosh-MAHNH): (noun). an establishment of cordial relations


  1. ratify (RAT-uh-fy): (verb). to formally approve


  1. rationale (rash-uh-NAL): (noun). an explanation for a belief, practice, or happening or opinion; an underlying reason


  1. raucous (RAW-kuss): (adjective). noisily disorderly; disagreeably harsh. 


  1. recant (re-KANT): v.  to publicly withdraw a statement or belief; to openly confess an error.


  1. reconstitute (re-KON-stuh-tyute): (verb). to restore to a former condition


  1. redress (ri-DRESS, REE-dress): (verb). to avenge; to set right; to make up for; to remove the cause of.


  1. refute (ri-FYUTE): v. to disprove with evidence or argument ; to deny the accuracy or truth of


  1. regime (ray-ZHEEM, ri-JEEM): (noun).  a period of a rule; a government in power; a way or form of government; 


  1. reinstatement (ree-in-STATE-ment): n. restoration to a previous position or state.


  1. reiterate (re-IT-uh-rate): (verb). to say or do it again, or again and again


  1. relevant (RELL-uh-vuhnt): (adjective). having a significant bearing on the matter at hand, especially offering evidence that disproves or proves it


  1. relinquish (to leave behind.ri-LING-kwish): v. to retreat from or give up; to stop; to release; to yield; 


  1. relish (RELL-ish): v. to have a pleasing taste; to appreciate; to eat or drink with pleasure.


  1. renascence (ri-NASS-ents, ri-NASE-nts): (noun). rebirth; restrengthening.


  1. rendering (REN-duhr-ing): (noun). a copy or version


  1. rendezvous (RAHN-di-voo, RAHN-day-voo): (noun). a meeting at a set place and time; the area of the meeting; a popular meeting place


  1. renown (ri-NOWN): (noun). fame


  1. renunciation (ri-nun-see-AV-shun): (noun).self-denial; rejection; 


  1. replete (ri-PLETE): (adjective). filled; well fed; 


  1. repressive (ri-PRESS-ivv): adj. preventing natural or regular expression, activity, or development; acting to put or hold down by force. 


  1. repudiate (ri-PYUDE-ee-ate): v.  to reject as untrue or unjust; to refuse to accept, acknowledge, pay, or have anything to do with.


  1. requisition (rek-wuh-ZISH-uhn): v. to demand or ask supplies or other needs, especially in writing


  1. residual (ri-ZIJ-uh-wuhl): adj. something left that stays effective for some time;  relating to what remains after the rest is taken away; 


  1. resuscitate (ri-SUHS-uh-tate): (verb). to revive from unconsciousness or apparent death


  1. retaliatory (ri-TAL-yuh-tore-ee): adj. returning in kind; revengeful. 


  1. retinue (RET-n-yu): (noun). group of attendants


  1. retrospective (re-truh-SPECK-tivv): adj.  affecting or about things past; based on memory;


  1. revulsion (ri-VUHL-shun): n. withdrawal; a sense of complete distaste. 


  1. rhetoric (RETT-uh-rick): n. insincere or pompous language; skill in using language, especially in speaking; spoken communication; 


  1. rift: n. a deep crack; a break in a bond of affection; a clear space or interval; 


  1. righteously (RY-chuhs-Iee): adv. with a sense of being morally right; justifiably. 


  1. roster (RAHS-tuhr): n. the people listed; an itemized list; a list of people. 


  1. rubble: n.  a group of worthless, broken things; broken fragments of stone.


  1. rupture: n. a breach of the peace; a breaking apart; a break;