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back ;

Re mur' mur, v. to repeat Re pair', v. to amend ; to

in low hoarse sounds ; refit ; to go unto. n. & to murmur back.

réparation Ken counter, n. clash; Re pair' a ble,

a. capa. collision ; personal op- Rep' a ra ble, position. v. to meet an ble of being amended

enemy unexpectedly. or retrieved. Rend, v. to tear with vio- Rep a ra' tion, n. the act lence,

of repairing; amends. Ren! der, v. to return; to Rep ar tee', n. a smart or pay

to translate ; witty reply. to make ; to yield. Re pass', v. to pass again, Ren dez vous, n. assem. to pass back.

bly ; place appointed Re past', n. a meal; the for an Assembly. V. to act of taking food. meet at a place appoint. Re pay', v. to recompense; ed.

to requite. Ren e ga' do, n. an apos- Re peal', v. to recal; to tate ; a revolter.

abrogate ; to revoke. n., Re new' al, n. the act of revocation.

renewing ; renovation. Re peat', v. to recite ; to Ren' o vate, v. to renew ; do again. to restore.

Repeat' ed lý, ad. over Ren o valtion, n. the act and over ; frequently;

of renewing ; renewal. Re pel', v. to drive back ; Re nounce', v. to disown; to act with force. to abnegate.

Re pel lent, n, an appliRe nown', n. fame ; ce- cation that repels. lebrity ; merit.

Re pent', v. to be sincere. Renowned', a. famous ;

ly sorry. eminent.

Re pent' ance, n. a penis Rent al, n. a schedule or tent sorrow for sins.

account of rents. Rep e ti" tion, n. a reci. Re nun ci a' tion, n. the tal; a repeating

act of renouncing Re pine', v. to fret; to be Re or dain', v. to ordain discontented. again, or anew.

Re place', v. to put again Re or di na' tion, n. a be- in the former place.

ing ordained again. Re plant', v. to plant anew.

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Re plen' ish, v. to stock ; it; to describe ; to apto fill; to finish.

pear for another ; to Re plete', a. full ; com- tell respectfully pletely filled.

Rep re ksen ta' tion, n. Re ple' tion, n. the state an image ; description. of being too full.

Rep re sen' ta tive, n. a Re plev' i a ble, a. what

substitute in power. may be replevied. Re pres' sion, n. the act Re plev' in,?

of crushing v. to set at

Re press', v. to crush; liberty any thing seized to subdue ; to comupon security given. press. Rep li ca'tion, n. a re Re pres' sive, a. able or bound ; a reply

tending to repress. Re ply', v. to answer ; to Re prieve', v. to respite

rejoin, n. an answer. from punishment. n. a Re pol' ish, v. to polish respite after sentence again.

of death. Re port', v. to tell ; to Rep' ri mand, no a re

relate; to noise abroad. proof; reprehension ; n. & rumour ;

a loud

blame. noise.

Rep ri mand', v. to Re poseb, v. to lay ; to buke; to reprove ; to

rest. n. rest ; sleep ; check. quiet : peace.

Re print', v. to print a Re posolite, v. to lodge in new or fresh edition.

a place of safety. Re pri osal, n. seizure by Re pos'o i to rý,n. a store. way of recompense.

house ; a warehouse. Re proach', v. to upbraid; Re pos sess', v. to possess to

to conagain.

demn.

censure ; Rep re hend', v. to re- blame ; disgrace; scan

prove ; to blame ; to dal. chide.

Re proach' a ble, a. deo Rep re hen' si ble, a. cul.

serving reproach ; dis. pable ; censurable.

graceful, Rep re hen' sion, n. re- Re proach'ful, 2. scur

proof; open blame. rilous ; abusive ; infa. Rep re bscnt', v. to exhib. mous.

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censure ;

n.

& man

Rep' ro bate, n.

Re pu' di ate, v. to di. abandoned to wicked. vorce ; to put away ; ness. a. lost to virtue.y.

to reject. to disallow; to con- Re pug'nance, n. contra.

demn; to abandon. riety; unwillingness. Rep ro ba'tion, n. a be. Re pug' nant, a. contrary;

ing abandoned to des. opposite ; disobedient. truction.

Re pulse', v. to beat back. Re pro duc' tion, n. the n. a being driven off ;

act of producing again. rejection ; denial. Re proof, n. blame; re. Re pulsive, a. able to re

buke ; reprehension ; pel ; forbidding check.

Re pur' chase, v. to buy Re prov' a ble, a. desery. back; to buy over de ing reproof

gain. Re prove', v. to blame; to Rep' u ta ble, a. honoura

censure ; to chide ; to ble ; being of good re. condemn,

port. Reptile, n. a creeping Rep u ta'tion, n. honour ; thing:

creeping; credit ; good character; groveling:

merit. Re pub' lic, n. a common. Re pute', v. to account ;

wealth, or state gov. to esteem ; to reckon. erned by representa- n. reputation. tives elected by the Re quest', n. an entreaty; people.

petition. v. to solicit ; Re public an, n. a fay. to petition ; to desire ; ourer of a

common. to ask. wealth. a. placing goy. Re quire', v. to demand ;

ernment in the people. to ask; to make neces. Re pub' li can ism', n. a sary.

system of republican Re" qui Øsite,a. necessary; government; an attach- n. any thing necessary

ment to such a system. Re qui ósi" tion, n. a re. Re pub li ca' tion, a quiring; a request ;

second publication. claim. Re pub'lish, v. to publish Re qui' tal, n. a retalia.

what has been publish- tion ; recompense ; reed.

ward.

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Re quite', v. to recom- where any thing is kept pense ; to reward ; to

in store. satisfy.

Re 6side'; v. to live in a Rere' ward, n. the rear place ; to dwell.

or last troop of an ar- Rese' i dence, n. a place my

of abode ; abode. Re scind', v. to cut off ; to Res6l i dent, n. a dweller;

abrogate ; to repeal. agent; public minisRe scis6' 6sion, n. a cut- ter. a. residing ; dwell.

ting off; abrogation ; ing. repeal.

Res' i due, n. a remainRe' script, n. an edict of ing part ; a remainder. an emperor.

Re Osign', v. to give or Res' cue, v. to deliver by yield up; to yield; to

force; to free ; to save. submit. n. a deliverance from Resó ig na'tion, n. the restraint.

act of resigning ; subRe search', n. dilligent in. mission; resignment.

quiry, or examination. Res6' in, n. the dried v. to examine.

juice of trees. Re 6sem' blance, n. a like. Resoin ous, a. containing

ness ; similitude ; pic. or like resin. ture.

Re 6sist', v. to oppose; to Re 6sem' ble, v. to be like. withstand ; to act aRe 6sent', v. to take as an gainst. affront.

Regist' ance, n. oppoRegent' ment, n. a deep sition. sense of injury ; anger.

Re 6sist'i ble. a. that may Resó er valtion, n. a re- be resisted or with

serve ; something kept stood. back.

Re 6sist' less, a. that canRe bserve, v. to keep; to not be resisted or op

retain. n. a store un. posed. toucbed; exception ; Resol o lu ble, a. that may modesty.

be melted or dissolved. Re 6served', a. modest ; Res6l o lute, a. steady ; not loosely free ; sullen;

courageous 6 not open ; not frank. bold. Resó er voir', n. a place Regál o luie lý, ad. stead.

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ily: firmly ; courage

lar ; relative; accurate. ously,

Re spective lŷ, ad. par Resó o lu' tion, n. deter- ticularly ; relatively ;

mination ; courage ; nicely. performance of a prob. Res pi ra' tion, n. a breathlem.

ing ; a relief from toil. Re 6solv' a ble, a. that Re spire', v. to breathe ;

may be solved or sepa- to take rest from toil. rated.

Re spi' ra ble, a. that may Re 6solve', v. to deter- be, or is fit to be,

mine; to solve ; to breathed. answer ; to dissolve. n. Res' pite, n. a reprieve ; resolution.

delay ;

pause; interResort', v. to repair ; to val; ease. v. to sus. have recourse ;

to re- pend. Vert.

concourse ; Re splend' ence. n. lusmeeting ; spring

tre ; brightness. Re sound', v. tosound Re splend' ent, a. bright :

again; to echo ; to ring ; shining to celebrate.

Re spond', v. to corresRe source', n. & resort ; pond ; to answer. retreat ; expedient ; Re spond' ent, n. one who

answers in a suit. Re spect', v. to regard ; | Re sponse', n. an alternate

to esteem ; to consid- answer ; & reply. er. n. regard; esteem ; Re spon' si ble, a.

reverence ; relation. swerable ; accountable. Re spect' a ble, a. deserv- Re spon' sive, a. answer

ing of respect or re- ing. gard.

Res ti tu' tion, n. the act Re spect a bili tý, n. the of restoring

quality of deserving Rest less, witbout respect.

sleep ; unquiet ; unRe spect' ful, a. full of settled.

duty or outward civil. Res to ra' tion, n. ity.

placing in

former Re spect' fullý, ad. with state.

respect ; with esteem. Re sto' ra tive, a. able to Re spective, a. particu. recruit life.

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