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God's favour by the again or anew. dealb of Christ.
Re en' ter, v.
to enter Re dou" ble, v. to double again or anew. again.
Re es tab'lish, v. to esRe doubt', n. the out- tablish anew.
work of a fortification. | Re es tab'lish ment, n. a Redoubt'a ble, a. formi. restoration.
dable ; much feared. Re ex am' ine, v. to exRe dound', v. to be sent
amine anew back by reaction Re fec' tion. n. refreshRe dress', v. to set right ; ment after hunger.
to amend ; to relieve. Re fec' to rý, n. an eating n. amendment ; relief; room. remedy
Re fer', v.
to yield to Re duce', v. to make less ; another's judgment.
to segrade ; to subilue. Ref' er ence, n. view toRelu'ci ble. a. possibe to wards ; allusion to ; arbe reduced.
bitration ; mark. Re duc' tion, n. the act Re fine!, v. to purify; to of reducing
clear from dross. Re dun' dan cỹ, n. Re fine' ment, n. an im.
perfluity ; supera- provement in purity or bundance.
elegance. Re dun' dant, a. over- Refil ner, n. a purifier ;
Aowing ; superfluous. one who refines. Re du' pli cate, v. to dou. Re fit', v. to repair ; to ble over again.
fit up again. Reed' i fy, v. to rebuild. Reflect',v, to throw back; Reef, v. to reduce the to reproach ; to throw sails of a vessel.
back the thoughts. Re e lec' tion, n. a fresh or Reflection, n. attentive repeated election.
consideration ; Re em bark', v. to take sure; a throwing back. shipping again
Reflec' tive, a. consider. Re en force', v. to send ing things past. fresh forces.
Re fex i bil' i tỹ, A. the Reen force' ment, n. fresh quality of being reflexassistance.
ible. Re en joy', v. to enjoy Re flex' i ble, 4. capable
of being thrown back. Re ful' gence, n. splenRe flour ish, v. to flourish dour ; brightness. anew
Re ful gent, a. bright ; Ref' lu ent, a. reflowing ; shining ; glittering. flowing back.
Re fund', v. to pour back; Rel Aux, n. a flowing to repay ; to restore.
back ; the ebb of the Re ful bsal, n. a denial ; tide.
right of choice; opo Re form',n. a reformation. tion
v. to change from worse Re fuseó), v. to deny ; to to better.
reject ; not to accept. Ref or ma' tion,
Ref use, n. worthless rechange from worse to mains ; drošs. better.
Ref u ta' tion, n. a refut, Re fract', v. to break the ing of an assertion. course of rays.
Re fute', v. to prove to be Re frac' tion, n. the vari- false or erroneous.
ation of a ray of light. Re gain', v. to recover ; Re frac' to rý
to gain anew. nate ; contumacious. Regal, a. royal ; kingly. Ref' ra ga ble, a. capable Re gale', v. to refresh; to of confutation.
gratify; to feast. Re frain), v. to hold back; Re çale' ment, n. enter
to forbear ; to abstain tainment ; refreshment. Re fran' gi ble, a. such as Re ga' li a, n. the ensigns may be turned out of
of royalty its course.
Re gal' i tý, n. royalty ; Re fresh', v. to recreate ; sovereignty ; kingship. to cool.
Re gard', v. to value ; to Re fresh' ment, n. food ; observe ; to respect. n.
rest ; relief after pain. attention ; respect ; Re friger ant, a. cool. reverence.
ing; refreshing Re gard' ful, a. attentive; Re fri" ger ate, v. to cool; taking notice of.
to mitigate heat. Re gard' less, a. negliRef uge, n. a shelter from
gent ; inattentive. danger or distress. Re' gen cỹ, n. the governRef u gee! n. one who ment of a kingdom; atfies for protection.
Re gen’ e rate, v. to pro: Regu lar lẽ, ad.
duce anew; to make ; stantly ; methodically. to be born anew. a. Reg' u late, v. to adjust
born anew of grace. by rule ; to direct. Re gen e ra' tion, a Reg u la' tion, n. a meth
new birth by grace. od ; order ; rule. Re' gent, n a governor ; Reg u lal tor, n. that part a deputed ruler. a. gov
of a machine which erning; ruling
makes the motion eRe ger rain a' tion, n. qual.
budding out again. Reg' u lus, n. the finest Re' gi cide, n. the mur part of metals.
der or murderer of a Re gur' gi tate, V. to king,
throw or to pour back. Re' gi men, n. a diet in Re hears' al, n. a previtime of sickness.
ous recital. Re" gi ment, 11. a body of Re hearse', v. to recite
soldiers ; rule; polity. previously; to tell. Re" gi ment' al, a. belong- Reject', v. to refuse : to ing to a regiment.
discard ; to cast off. Region, n. a country ; Rejec' tion, n. the act of
tract of land , space ; casting off, or aside.
part of the body; place. Reign, (rane) v. to rule as Re" gis ter, n. a list; a a king ; to prevail. n.
record. v. to record and the time of a king's register.
government. Re gorge', v. to vomit up; | Re im bo'ř, v. to emto swallow back.
body again. Re gress', v. to go back ; Re im burge', v. to pay to return.
back again ; to repair. Re gres' sion, n. a return. Rein, (rane,) n. part of a ing or going back
bridle. y. to curb. Re gret', v. to repent ; to Reins, (ranez,) n. the be sorry for. n. vexation kidneys ; the
lower at something past.
part of the back. Peg u lar, a. orderly ; Re in sert', v. to insert a agreeable to rule.
second time. Regular i tý, n. a cer- Re in stâl', v. to put again
tain order ; method. in possession.
Re in state', v. to restore ing ; unmerciful.
to a former state. Rel e vant, a. relieving ; Re in vest', v. to invest relative. anew.
Re li' ance, n. trust; deRe joice', v. to be glad ; pendence ; confidence.
to exult ; to exhilar- Relics, n. the remains of ate.
dead bodies. Re join', v. to join again ; Relict, n. a widow.
to meet one again. Re lief', n. succour; alle. Re it' e rate, v. to repeat viation ; relievo.
again and again. Re lieve', v. to succour ; Re it e ra'tion, n. repeti- to change a guard. tion.
Re lie' vo, n. the promi. Re judge', v. to re-exa- nence of a figure or mine ; to review.
picture. Re kin' dle, v. to set on Reli" gion, n. a system of fire again.
faith and worship. Re lapse', v. to fall back Re li!' gious, a. pious ; into sickness. n. a fall
devout ; holy ; exact. back into vice or sick. Re lin' quish, v. to for ness.
sake ; to quit ; to deRe late', v. to recite ; to have reference.
Re lin' quisb ment, n. the Re la'tion, n. a narration ; act of forsaking
kindred ; reference. Relish, n. a taste ; liking; Rel' a tive, n. a relation ; delight. v. to season; to
a kinsman. 2. baving have a flavour. relation.
Re lu'cent, a. shining ; Relax', v. to be remiss ; transparent.
to slacken ; to remit. Re luc' tance, n. unwil. Re las a' tion,
lingness ; repugnance. sion ; diminution. Re luc' tant, a, unwilling ; Re lay', n. horses on the averse to. road to relieve others.
2. Re lease!, v. to set free
v. to light from restraint. Re lent', v. to feel com- Re ly', v. to put trust in ; passion mollify.
to depend . Relentless, 4. unpity- Remain, v. to continus ;
to be left ; to endure. Re miss' ness, n. careBe main' der, n. what is lessness ; negligence. left; remains.
Re mit', v. to relax; to Re mains6, n. relics ; pardon a fault ; to send dead body.
distant Re mand', v. to send or place ; to grow less vi. call back.
olent by intervals. Re mark', n.observation ; | Re mit' tance, n. the pay.
note ; notice. v. to note ; ing money at a distant
to distinguish ; to mark. place; the money sent. Re mark' a ble, a. observ- Rem' nant,
residue ; able ; worthy of note. that which is left. Re media ble, a. capable Ke mon' strance, n.strong of remedy.
representation. Rem' e di less, &. not ad- Remon' strate, v. to make
mitting remedy; irre- a strong representation; parable.
to show reasons. Ren' e dý, n. cure of any Re morse', n.
uneasiness. v. to cure ; guilt ; anguish of a to heal ; to repair mis- guilty conscience. chief.
Re morse' less, a. unpityRe mem' ber, v. to keep ing ; cruel ; Savage.
in mind ; to recollect; Re mote', a. distant ; foto remind.
reign ; removed far off. Re mem' brance, n. Re mote' lý, ad. at a distention in memory ; re
Re mov' a ble, a. such as Rem' i grate, v. to remove
may be removed. back again
Re mov' al, n. the state of Re mind', v.
to put in being removed. mind; to force to re- Re move', v. to put from member.
its place ; to change Re miss', a. slack ; sloth- place. n. change of place.
ful; not intense. Re mount', v. to mount Re mis' si ble, a. admit- again. ting forgiveness.
Remu' ne rate, v. to reRe mis' sion, n. abate- quite ; to reward.
ment; forgiveness ; par- Re mu ne ra'tion, n. reden.
ward ; requital.