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resilience.noun
the ability to recover quickly from illness, change, or misfortune; buoyancy; the property of a material that enables it to resume its original shape or position after being bent, stretched, or compressed; elasticity; note the word is 're silence' or to be in silence again - meditation, prayer, contemplation

resilient.adjective
marked by the ability to recover readily, as from misfortune; capable of returning to an original shape or position, as after having been compressed; flexible
resiliently.adverb

requiem.noun
Roman Catholic Church -mass for a deceased person; a musical composition for such a mass; ahymn, composition, or service for the dead

Rotherham-an accurate translation of the Bible into English

recognize, recognized, recognizing, recognizes.transitive verbs
to know again
recognizable.adjective
recognizably.adverb
recognizer.noun

recognition.noun
an acceptance as true or valid, as of a claim (a recognition of their civil rights); attention or favorable notice (she received recognition for her many achievements); the act of recognizing or condition of being recognized; an awareness that something perceived has been perceived before
recognitory or recognitive.adjective

repugnance.noun
extreme dislike or aversion
repugnant.adjective
arousing disgust or aversion; offensive or repulsive (morally repugnant behavior)
repugnantly.adverb

recompense (also recompence), recompensed (also recompenced), recompensing (also recompencing), recompenses (also recompences).transitive verbs
to award compensation to (recompensed the victims of the accident); to award compensation for; make a return for (recompensed their injuries)
recompensing, recompence.nouns
amends made, as for damage or loss; payment in return for something; to compensate

reparation.noun
the act or process of repairing or the condition of being repaired; the act or process of making amends; expiation; something done or paid to compensate or make amends; compensation or remuneration required from a defeated nation as indemnity for damage or injury during a war

rigid.adjective
not flexible or pliant; stiff; not moving; fixed; marked by a lack of flexibility; rigorous and exacting (rigidly following the plans, he was able to reproduce the results); scrupulously maintained or performed (rigid discipline)
rigidly.adverb
rigidness.noun

repent, repented, repenting, repents.verbs
intransitive verb use.to feel remorse, contrition, or self reproach for what one has done or failed to do; be contrite; to feel such regret for past conduct as to change one's mind regarding it: repented of intemperate behavior; to make a change for the better as a result of remorse or contrition for one's sins
transitive verb use.to feel regret or self-reproach for  (repent one's sins; to cause to feel remorse or regret)
repenter.noun

regiment.noun
a military unit of ground troops consisting of at least two battalions, usually commanded by a colonel
regiment, regimented, regimenting, regiments.transitive verbs
to form into a regiment; to put into systematic order; systematize; to subject to uniformity and rigid order
regimental.adjective
regimentally.adverb
regimentation.noun

reduce, reduced, reducing, reduces.verbs
transitive verb use.to bring down, as in extent, amount, or degree; diminish; decrease; to thin (paint) with a solvent; to lower the price of; to put in order or arrange systematically
intransitive verb use.to become diminished; to lose weight, as by dieting
reducer, reducibility.nouns
reducible.adjective
reducibly.adverb

repose.noun
the act of resting or the state of being at rest; freedom from worry; peace of mind; calmness; tranquility; rest
repose, reposed, reposing, reposes.verbs
transitive verb use.to lay (oneself) down; to rest or relax
intransitive verb use.to lie at rest
reposal, reposer.noun

repose, reposed, reposing, reposes.transitive verbs
to place (trust, for example) in (the nation had reposed its hopes in a single man)

reposit, reposited, repositing, reposits.transitive verbs
to put away; store
reposition.noun

repository.noun,.plural.repositories
a place where things may be put for safekeeping; a warehouse; a museum

retrospective.adjective
looking back on, contemplating, or directed to the past
retrospective.noun
an extensive exhibition or performance of the work of an artist over a period of years
retrospectively.adverb

refuse, refused, refusing, refuses.verbs
transitive verb use.to indicate unwillingness to do, accept, give, or allow (was refused admittance due to inappropriate dress; refused the controversial medical treatment); to indicate unwillingness to do something (refused to stoop to dishonesty)
intransitive verb use.to decline to do, accept, give, or allow something
refuse.noun
items or material discarded or rejected as useless or worthless; trash or rubbish
refuser.noun

reject, rejected, rejecting, rejects.transitive verbs
to refuse to accept, submit to, believe, or make use of
reject.noun
one that has been rejected (a reject from the varsity team; a tire that is a reject)
rejecter.or.rejector.noun
rejective.adjective

retard, retarded, retarding, retards.verbs
transitive verb use.to cause to move or proceed slowly; delay or impede
intransitive verb use.to be delayed
retard.noun
a slowing down or hindering of progress; a delay
retarder.noun

rumor.noun
unverified information of uncertain origin usually spread by word of mouth; hearsay
rumor, rumored, rumoring, rumors.transitive verbs
to spread or tell by rumor

romance.noun
ardent emotional attachment between people, especially that characterized by a high level of purity and devotion; love (they found the magic which kept the romance alive in their marriage without interruption); a love affair with; a strong attachment, fascination, or enthusiasm for something (a romance with the sea); a somewhat mysterious or fascinating quality or appeal, as of something adventurous, heroic, or uniquely beautiful (old cars and older women have a fascinating depth to them)
romance, romanced, romancing, romances.verbs
intransitive verb use.to think or behave in a romantic manner; to invent, write, or tell romances
transitive verb use.to make love to; court or woo; to have a love affair with
romancer.noun

rung.noun
a rod or bar forming a step of a ladder; a crosspiece between the legs of a chair
rung.verb
past participle of ring
ring, rang, rung, ringing, rings.verbs
intransitive verb use.to give forth a clear, resonant sound; to cause something to ring; to sound a bell in order to summon someone (I'll ring for the maid); to have a sound or character suggestive of a particular quality (a story that rings true); to be filled with sound; resound.(the room rang with the laughter of happy children); to hear a persistent humming or buzzing (her ears were ringing from the sound of the loud music); to be filled with talk or rumor (the whole town rang with the news of growth)
transitive verb use.to cause (a bell, for example) to ring; to produce a sound by or as if by ringing; to announce, proclaim, or signal by or as if by ringing (a clock that rings the hour); to call (someone) on the telephone (she rang me at noon); to test a coin, for example, for quality by the sound it produces when struck against something
ring.noun
the sound created by a bell or another sonorous, vibrating object; a loud sound, especially one that is repeated or continued; a telephone call (give me a ring when you get home)
ring up.phrasal verb
to record, especially by means of a cash register (ring up a sale); to accomplish or achieve; win (rang up several victories)
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