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repletion
/ri plee"sheuhn/, n. 1. the condition of being abundantly supplied or filled; fullness. 2. overfullness resulting from excessive eating or drinking; surfeit. [1350-1400; ME ...
repleviable
re·plev·i·a·ble (rĭ-plĕvʹē-ə-bəl) adj. Recoverable by replevin: repleviable property. * * *
replevin
/ri plev"in/, Law. n. 1. an action for the recovery of goods or chattels wrongfully taken or detained. 2. the common-law action or writ by which goods are replevied. v.t. 3. to ...
replevisable
/ri plev"euh seuh beuhl/, adj. Law. capable of being replevied. Also, repleviable /ri plev"ee euh beuhl/. [1225-75; < AF, equiv. to repleviss- (long s. of replevir; see REPLEVIN) ...
replevy
/ri plev"ee/, v., replevied, replevying, n., pl. replevies. Law. v.t. 1. to recover possession of by replevin. v.i. 2. to take possession of goods or chattels under a replevin ...
replica
/rep"li keuh/, n. 1. a copy or reproduction of a work of art produced by the maker of the original or under his or her supervision. 2. any close or exact copy or ...
replicable
/rep"li keuh beuhl/, adj. capable of replication: The scientific experiment must be replicable in all details to be considered valid. [1950-55; REPLIC(ATE) + -ABLE] * * *
replicar
/rep"li kahr'/, n. a custom-made or individually produced automobile whose body is a copy of a vintage or classic automobile. [1975-80; b. REPLICA and CAR1] * * *
replicase
/rep"li kays', -kayz'/, n. See RNA synthetase. [1960-65; REPLIC(ATE) + -ASE] * * *
replicate
adj., n. /rep"li kit/; v. /rep"li kayt'/, adj., v., replicated, replicating, n. adj. 1. Also, replicated. folded; bent back on itself. v.t. 2. to bend or fold back: a replicated ...
replication
/rep'li kay"sheuhn/, n. 1. a reply; answer. 2. a reply to an answer. 3. Law. the reply of the plaintiff or complainant to the defendant's plea or answer. 4. reverberation; ...
replicative
/rep"li kay'tiv/, adj. characterized by or capable of replication, esp. of an experiment. [1850-55; REPLICATE + -IVE] * * *
replicon
/rep"li kon'/, n. Genetics. any genetic element that can regulate and effect its own replication from initiation to completion. [ < F (1963), shortened form of réplication; see ...
replier
See reply. * * *
replot
v.t., replotted, replotting. * * *
replow
v.t., replowed, replowing. * * *
replumb
v.t. * * *
replume
v.t., replumed, repluming. * * *
replunge
v., replunged, replunging; n. * * *
reply
—replier, n. /ri pluy"/, v., replied, replying, n., pl. replies. v.i. 1. to make answer in words or writing; answer; respond: to reply to a question. 2. to respond by some ...
reply card
a usually postage-paid postcard or coupon that can be mailed back to the sender to place an order, request information, or the like. * * *
Repnin, Nikolay Vasilyevich, Prince
▪ Russian statesman born March 11 [March 22, New Style], 1734 died May 12 [May 24], 1801, Moscow       diplomat and military officer who served Catherine II the Great ...
repo
repo1 /ree"poh/, n., pl. repos. a repurchase agreement. [1960-65; REP(URCHASE) + -O] repo2 /ree"poh/, n., pl. repos. Informal. repossessed property, esp. a government-financed ...
repo
repo1 /ree"poh/, n., pl. repos. a repurchase agreement. [1960-65; REP(URCHASE) + -O] repo2 /ree"poh/, n., pl. repos. Informal. repossessed property, esp. a government-financed ...
repo man
repo man n. Slang a person whose job is repossessing merchandise from buyers who have failed to make payments when due * * *
repolarize
v.t., repolarized, repolarizing. * * *
repolish
v., n. * * *
repoll
v. * * *
repolling
n. * * *
reponder
v.i. * * *
répondez s'il vous plaît
/ray pohn"day seel vooh play"/; Fr. /rdday pawonn day seel vooh ple"/. See RSVP. * * *
repopularize
v.t., repopularized, repopularizing. * * *
repopulate
v.t., repopulated, repopulating. * * *
repopulation
n. * * *
report
—reportable, adj. /ri pawrt", -pohrt"/, n. 1. an account or statement describing in detail an event, situation, or the like, usually as the result of observation, inquiry, ...
report card
1. a written report containing an evaluation of a pupil's scholarship and behavior, sent periodically to the pupil's parents or guardian, usually on a card containing marks and ...
report stage
n [sing] (BrE) one of the stages that a bill(1) must go through in order to become an Act of Parliament. It follows the committee stage, and takes the form of a debate in the ...
reportable
See report. * * *
reportage
/ri pawr"tij, -pohr"-, rep'awr tahzh", -euhr-/, n. 1. the act or technique of reporting news. 2. reported news collectively: reportage on the war. 3. a written account of an act, ...
reportcard
report card n. A report of a student's progress presented periodically to a parent or guardian. * * *
reportedly
/ri pawr"tid lee, -pohr"-/, adv. according to report or rumor: Reportedly, he is a billionaire. [1900-05; REPORT + -ED2 + -LY] * * *
reporter
/ri pawr"teuhr, -pohr"-/, n. 1. a person who reports. 2. a person employed to gather and report news, as for a newspaper, wire service, or television station. 3. a person who ...
Reporters Without Borders
▪ international organization French  Reporters sans Frontières (RSF)         international organization founded in France in 1985 to advocate for press freedom ...
reporting pay.
See call-in pay. * * *
reportion
v.t. * * *
reportorial
—reportorially, adv. /rep'euhr tawr"ee euhl, -tohr"-, ree'pawr-, -pohr-, -peuhr-/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to a reporter. 2. of, noting, or characteristic of a report: His ...
reportorially
See reportorial. * * *
reposal
/ri poh"zeuhl/, n. the act of reposing. [1595-1605; REPOSE1 + -AL2] * * *
repose
repose1 —reposedly /ri poh"zid lee/, adv. —reposedness, n. —reposer, n. /ri pohz"/, n., v., reposed, reposing. n. 1. the state of reposing or being at rest; rest; sleep. 2. ...
reposeful
—reposefully, adv. —reposefulness, n. /ri pohz"feuhl/, adj. full of or suggesting repose; calm; quiet. [1620-30; REPOSE1 + -FUL] Syn. restful, tranquil, peaceful, ...
reposefully
See reposeful. * * *
reposefulness
See reposefully. * * *
reposer
See reposal. * * *
reposit
/ri poz"it/, v.t. 1. to put back; replace. 2. to lay up or store; deposit. [1635-45; < L repositus (ptp. of reponere to replace), equiv. to re- RE- + posit(us), ptp. of ponere to ...
reposition
reposition1 /ree'peuh zish"euhn, rep'euh-/, n. 1. the act of depositing or storing. 2. replacement, as of a bone. [1580-90; < LL reposition- (s. of repositio) a laying up, equiv. ...
repositorium
/ri poz'i tawr"ee euhm, -tohr"-/, n., pl. repositoria /-tawr"ee euh, -tohr"-/. a place for the storage of valuables, as in an ancient Roman temple or a church. [ < L repositorium ...
repository
/ri poz"i tawr'ee, -tohr'ee/, n., pl. repositories. 1. a receptacle or place where things are deposited, stored, or offered for sale: a repository for discarded clothing. 2. an ...
repossess
—repossessable, adj. —repossession /ree'peuh zesh"euhn/, n. —repossessor, n. /ree'peuh zes"/, v.t. 1. to possess again; regain possession of, esp. for nonpayment of money ...
repossessed
➡ mortgages * * *
repossession
See repossess. * * *
repossessor
See repossession. * * *
repost
v.t. * * *
repostpone
v.t., repostponed, repostponing. * * *
repostulate
v.t., repostulated, repostulating. n. * * *
repot
/ree pot"/, v., repotted, repotting. v.t. 1. to transfer (a plant) to another, esp. larger, pot. v.i. 2. to transfer a plant to another pot. [1835-45; RE- + POT1] * * *
repour
v.t. * * *
repoussage
/reuh pooh sahzh"/, n. 1. the art or process of working in repoussé. 2. the flattening of the hollow areas of an etching or engraving plate by hammering it gently on the reverse ...
repoussé
/reuh pooh say"/, adj. 1. (of a design) raised in relief by hammering on the reverse side. 2. ornamented or made in this kind of raised work. n. 3. the art or process of ...
repoussoir
/reuh pooh swahr"/, n. Painting. a figure or object in the extreme foreground: used as a contrast and to increase the illusion of depth. [1870-75; < F, equiv. to repouss(er) to ...
repower
v. * * *
repp
/rep/, n. rep1. * * *
Repplier
/rep"lear/, n. Agnes, 1855-1950, U.S. essayist. * * *
repr
repr abbrev. 1. represented 2. representing 3. reprint(ed) * * *
repr.
1. represented. 2. representing. 3. reprint. 4. reprinted. * * *
repractice
v.t., repracticed, repracticing. * * *
repraise
v.t., repraised, repraising. * * *
reprehend
—reprehendable, adj. —reprehender, n. /rep'ri hend"/, v.t. to reprove or find fault with; rebuke; censure; blame. [1300-50; ME reprehenden < L reprehendere to hold back, ...
reprehensibility
See reprehensible. * * *
reprehensible
—reprehensibility, reprehensibleness, n. —reprehensibly, adv. /rep'ri hen"seuh beuhl/, adj. deserving of reproof, rebuke, or censure; blameworthy. [1350-1400; ME < LL ...
reprehensibleness
See reprehensibility. * * *
reprehensibly
See reprehensibility. * * *
reprehension
—reprehensive /rep'ri hen"siv/, adj. —reprehensively, adv. /rep'ri hen"sheuhn/, n. the act of reprehending; reproof; censure. [1325-75; ME < L reprehension- (s. of ...
reprehensive
See reprehension. * * *
repremise
v., repremised, repremising. * * *
reprepare
v.t., reprepared, repreparing. * * *
represcribe
v.t., represcribed, represcribing. * * *
represent
—representable, adj. —representability, n. /rep'ri zent"/, v.t. 1. to serve to express, designate, stand for, or denote, as a word, symbol, or the like does; symbolize: In ...
representability
See represent. * * *
representable
See representability. * * *
representation
/rep'ri zen tay"sheuhn, -zeuhn-/, n. 1. the act of representing. 2. the state of being represented. 3. the expression or designation by some term, character, symbol, or the ...
Representation of the People Acts
(1918, 1928) Parliamentary acts that expanded suffrage in Britain. The act of 1918 gave the vote to all men over 21 and all women over 30, which tripled the electorate. The act ...
representational
/rep'ri zen tay'sheuh nl, -zeuhn-/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to representation. 2. representing or depicting an object in a recognizable manner: representational art. [1850-55; ...
representationalism
—representationalist, n. —representationalistic, adj. /rep'ri zen tay"sheuh nl iz'euhm, -zeuhn-/, n. 1. Also called representative realism. Epistemology. the view that the ...
representationism
▪ philosophy also called  Representationalism,         philosophical theory of knowledge based on the assertion that the mind perceives only mental images ...
representative
—representatively, adv. —representativeness, n. /rep'ri zen"teuh tiv/, n. 1. a person or thing that represents another or others. 2. an agent or deputy: a legal ...
Representative animals poisonous when eaten
▪ Table Representative animals poisonous when eaten name and distribution toxic principle toxic effects and comments Protozoans—one-celled animals dinoflagellate ...
Representative crinotoxic animals
▪ Table Representative crinotoxic animals* name and distribution toxic principle toxic effects and comments Sponges red moss (Microciona prolifera); eastern United States ...
Representative ecdysones of arthropods and plants
▪ Table Representative ecdysones of arthropods and plants compounds variant of ecdysone structure occurrence C27 steroids ecdysone ( b1;-ecdysone) 2 b2;,3 b2;,14 ...
Representative heteropolysaccharides
▪ Table Representative heteropolysaccharides heteropolysaccharide component sugars functions distribution hyaluronic acid D-glucuronic acid and ...
Representative poisonous mushrooms
▪ Table Representative poisonous mushrooms toxin type of poisoning lorchel, or false morel (Gyromitra esculenta) gyromitrin toxicity to people is variable; causes severe ...
Representative poisonous plants
▪ Table Representative poisonous plants name and distribution toxic principle toxic effects and comments Plants poisonous to eat rosary pea, or jequirity bean (Abrus ...
Representative toxic microfungi
▪ Table Representative toxic microfungi toxin comments Claviceps purpurea (ergot) ergotoxine, a complex of toxic alkaloids, ergocryptine, ergocornine, ergocristine, and ...
Representative venomous animals that inflict a sting
▪ Table Representative venomous animals that inflict a sting name and distribution toxic principle toxic effects and comments Cnidarians Portuguese man-of-war (Physalia ...
representatively
See representative. * * *
representativeness
See representatively. * * *
Representatives, House of
▪ United States government  one of the two houses of the bicameral (bicameral system) United States Congress (Congress of the United States), established in 1789 by the ...
representer
See representability. * * *
repress
—repressible, adj. /ri pres"/, v.t. 1. to keep under control, check, or suppress (desires, feelings, actions, tears, etc.). 2. to keep down or suppress (anything ...
repressed
/ri prest"/, adj. subjected to, affected by, or characteristic of psychological repression: repressed emotional conflicts. [1900-05; REPRESS + -ED2] * * *
Repressed Memories
▪ 1995 by Michael D. Yapko       In 1994 the mental health profession found itself deeply divided over an approach to psychotherapy known as "repressed memory therapy," ...
repressedmemory
re·pressed memory (rĭ-prĕstʹ) n. A memory that is repressed because of the anxiety it engenders. * * *
represser
/ri pres"euhr/, n. a person or thing that represses. Also, repressor. [1400-50; late ME; see REPRESS, -ER1] * * *
repressibility
See repress. * * *
repressible
See repressibility. * * *
repression
/ri presh"euhn/, n. 1. the act of repressing; state of being repressed. 2. Psychoanal. the rejection from consciousness of painful or disagreeable ideas, memories, feelings, or ...
repressionist
See repression. * * *
repressive
—repressively, adv. —repressiveness, n. /ri pres"iv/, adj. tending or serving to repress: repressive laws. [1375-1425; late ME < ML repressivus < L repress(us) (see REPRESS) ...
repressively
See repressive. * * *
repressiveness
See repressively. * * *
repressor
/ri pres"euhr/, n. 1. represser. 2. Genetics. a protein that binds DNA at an operator site and thereby prevents transcription of one or more adjacent genes. [1955-60; < L; see ...
repressurize
v., repressurized, repressurizing. * * *
reprice
v., repriced, repricing. * * *
reprievable
See reprieve. * * *
reprieval
/ri pree"veuhl/, n. reprieve; respite. [1580-90; REPRIEVE + -AL2] * * *
reprieve
—repriever, n. /ri preev"/, v., reprieved, reprieving, n. v.t. 1. to delay the impending punishment or sentence of (a condemned person). 2. to relieve temporarily from any ...
reprimand
—reprimander, n. —reprimandingly, adv. n. /rep"reuh mand', -mahnd'/; v. /rep"reuh mand', -mahnd', rep'reuh mand", -mahnd"/, n. 1. a severe reproof or rebuke, esp. a formal ...
reprime
v.t., reprimed, repriming. * * *
reprint
—reprinter, n. v. /ree print"/; n. /ree"print'/, v.t. 1. to print again; print a new impression of. n. 2. a reproduction in print of matter already printed. 3. an offprint. 4. ...
reprinter
See reprint. * * *
reprioritize
v.t., reprioritized, reprioritizing. * * *
reprisal
/ri pruy"zeuhl/, n. 1. (in warfare) retaliation against an enemy, for injuries received, by the infliction of equal or greater injuries. 2. an act or instance of retaliation. 3. ...
reprise
/ri pruyz"/ for 1; /reuh preez"/ for 2, 3, n., v., reprised, reprising. n. 1. Usually, reprises. Law. an annual deduction, duty, or payment out of a manor or estate, as an ...
repristinate
—repristination, n. /ree pris"teuh nayt'/, v.t., repristinated, repristinating. to restore to the first or original state or condition. [1650-60; RE- + PRISTINE + -ATE; cf. ML ...
reprivatize
/ree pruy"veuh tuyz'/, v.t., reprivatized, reprivatizing. to restore to private control; remove from governmental jurisdiction. Also, esp. Brit., reprivatise. [1945-50; RE- + ...
repro
/ree"proh/, n., pl. repros. 1. Informal. reproduction (def. 3). 2. Print. See repro proof. [1945-50; by shortening] * * *
repro proof
Print. a proof, usually pulled on glossy paper, of a fidelity suitable for reproduction by photography for making a plate. Also called repro, reproduction proof. [1945-50] * * *
reproach
—reproachable, adj. —reproachableness, n. —reproachably, adv. —reproacher, n. —reproachingly, adv. /ri prohch"/, v.t. 1. to find fault with (a person, group, etc.); ...
reproachable
See reproach. * * *
reproachableness
See reproachable. * * *
reproachably
See reproachable. * * *
reproacher
See reproachable. * * *
reproachful
—reproachfully, adv. —reproachfulness, n. /ri prohch"feuhl/, adj. 1. full of or expressing reproach or censure: a reproachful look. 2. Obs. deserving reproach; ...
reproachfully
See reproachful. * * *
reproachfulness
See reproachfully. * * *
reproachless
—reproachlessness, n. /ri prohch"lis/, adj. irreproachable. [1820-30; REPROACH + -LESS] * * *
reprobance
/rep"reuh beuhns/, n. Obs. reprobation. [1595-1605; REPROB(ATE) + -ANCE] * * *
reprobate
—reprobacy /rep"reuh beuh see/, reprobateness, n. —reprobater, n. /rep"reuh bayt'/, n., adj., v., reprobated, reprobating. n. 1. a depraved, unprincipled, or wicked person: a ...
reprobation
—reprobationary, adj. /rep'reuh bay"sheuhn/, n. 1. disapproval, condemnation, or censure. 2. rejection. 3. Theol. rejection by God, as of persons excluded from the number of ...
reprobative
—reprobatively, adv. /rep"reuh bay'tiv/, adj. reprobating; expressing reprobation. [1825-35; REPROBATE + -IVE] * * *
reprobe
v., reprobed, reprobing. * * *
reproceed
v.i. * * *
reprocess
v.t. * * *
reprocessed
/ree pros"est/ or, esp. Brit., /-proh"sest/, adj. (of wool) previously spun and woven but not used, as tailors' clippings. [1935-40; RE- + PROCESSED] * * *
reprocessed wool
reprocessed wool n. wool cloth respun and rewoven from the raveled fibers of unused cloth, such as the waste or clippings from a garment factory * * *
reproclaim
v.t. * * *
reproduce
—reproducer, n. —reproducible, adj. —reproducibility, n. /ree'preuh doohs", -dyoohs"/, v., reproduced, reproducing. v.t. 1. to make a copy, representation, duplicate, or ...
reproduce head
Audio, Television. See playback head. * * *
reproducer
See reproduce. * * *
reproducibility
See reproducer. * * *
reproducible
See reproducer. * * *
reproduction
/ree'preuh duk"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act or process of reproducing. 2. the state of being reproduced. 3. something made by reproducing an original; copy; duplicate: a photographic ...
reproduction proof
Print. See repro proof. [1945-50] * * *
reproductionproof
reproduction proof n. A proof of typeset material made for reproduction through a photographic process such as photo-offset lithography. * * *
reproductive
—reproductively, adv. —reproductiveness, n. /ree'preuh duk"tiv/, adj. 1. serving to reproduce. 2. concerned with or pertaining to reproduction: a reproductive process; ...
reproductive behaviour
In animals, any activity directed toward perpetuation of a species. Sexual reproduction, the most common mode, occurs when a female's egg is fertilized by a male's sperm. The ...
reproductive cell
gamete. * * *
reproductive imagination.
See under imagination (def. 6). * * *
reproductive isolation
the conditions, as physiological or behavioral differences or geographical barriers, that prevent potentially interbreeding populations from cross-fertilization. [1980-85] * * *
reproductive system disease
Introduction       any of the diseases and disorders that affect the human reproductive system (reproductive system, human). They include abnormal hormone production by ...
reproductive system, animal
Introduction       any of the organ systems by which animals reproduce.       The role of reproduction is to provide for the continued existence of a species; it ...
reproductive system, human
Organ system by which humans reproduce. In females, the ovaries sit near the openings of the fallopian tubes, which carry eggs from the ovaries to the uterus. The cervix extends ...
reproductive system, plant
Introduction       any of the systems, sexual or asexual, by which plants reproduce. In plants, as in animals, the end result of reproduction is the continuation of a ...
reproductively
See reproductive. * * *
reproductiveness
See reproductively. * * *
reproductivesystem
reproductive system n. The bodily system of gonads, associated ducts, and external genitals concerned with sexual reproduction. * * *
reprogram
v.t., reprogrammed or reprogramed, reprogramming or reprograming. * * *
reprogrammability
See reprogram. * * *
reprogrammable
adj. * * *
reprographer
See reprography. * * *
reprographic
See reprographer. * * *
reprographics
re·pro·graph·ics (rē'prə-grăfʹĭks) n. 1. (used with a sing. verb) The technique of reprography. 2. (used with a sing. or pl. verb)The materials, equipment, and processes ...
reprography
/ri prog"reuh fee/, n. the reproduction and duplication of documents, written materials, drawings, designs, etc., by any process making use of light rays or photographic means, ...
reproject
v. * * *
repromise
v., repromised, repromising. * * *
repromulgate
v.t., repromulgated, repromulgating. * * *
reproof
—reproofless, adj. /ri proohf"/, n. 1. the act of reproving, censuring, or rebuking. 2. an expression of censure or rebuke. [1300-50; ME reprof < OF reprove, deriv. of reprover ...
reproportion
v.t. * * *
repropose
v., reproposed, reproposing. * * *
reprosecute
v.t., reprosecuted, reprosecuting. * * *
reprotest
n. v. * * *
reprovable
—reprovableness, n. /ri prooh"veuh beuhl/, adj. deserving of reproof. [1300-50; ME < MF, equiv. to reprov(er) to REPROVE + -able -ABLE] * * *
reproval
/ri prooh"veuhl/, n. 1. the act of reproving. 2. a reproof. [1840-50; REPROVE + -AL2] * * *
reprove
—reprover, n. —reprovingly, adv. /ri proohv"/, v., reproved, reproving. v.t. 1. to criticize or correct, esp. gently: to reprove a pupil for making a mistake. 2. to ...
reprover
See reprovable. * * *
reprovingly
See reprovable. * * *
reprovision
v. * * *
reprune
v.t., repruned, repruning. * * *
rept
rept abbrev. report * * *
rept.
report. * * *
reptant
/rep"teuhnt/, adj. repent2. [1650-60; < L reptant- (s. of reptans), prp. of reptare to creep, equiv. to rept- (freq. s. of repere to creep) + -ant- -ANT] * * *
reptile
—reptilelike, adj. —reptiloid /rep"tl oyd'/, adj. /rep"til, -tuyl/, n. 1. any cold-blooded vertebrate of the class Reptilia, comprising the turtles, snakes, lizards, ...
Reptilia
/rep til"ee euh/, n. the class comprising the reptiles. [1620-30; < NL; see REPTILIAN] * * *
reptilian
/rep til"ee euhn, -til"yeuhn/, adj. 1. belonging or pertaining to the Reptilia. 2. groveling, debased, or despicable; contemptible. 3. mean; treacherous; harmful. n. 4. a ...
reptilium
rep·til·i·um (rĕp-tĭlʹē-əm) n. pl. rep·til·i·a (-ē-ə) A building or enclosure housing reptiles for public display. * * *
Repton
▪ England, United Kingdom       village (parish), South Derbyshire district, administrative and historic county of Derbyshire, England. The famous independent boys' ...
Repton, Humphry
▪ British landscape designer born April 21, 1752, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, Eng. died March 24, 1818, London  English landscape designer who became the undisputed successor ...
Repub
Repub abbrev. 1. Republic 2. Republican * * *
Repub.
1. Republic. 2. Republican. * * *
republic
/ri pub"lik/, n. 1. a state in which the supreme power rests in the body of citizens entitled to vote and is exercised by representatives chosen directly or indirectly by ...
Republic of Ireland
the official name for Ireland since 1949. See also Eire, Irish Free State. * * *
republic of letters
1. the collective body of literary people. 2. literature. [1695-1705] * * *
Republic of the Congo
Republic of the Congo see CONGO * * *
republican
/ri pub"li keuhn/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, or of the nature of a republic. 2. favoring a republic. 3. fitting or appropriate for the citizen of a republic: a very republican ...
Republican party
1. one of the two major political parties in the U.S.: originated 1854-56. 2. U.S. Hist. See Democratic-Republican party. * * * or GOP (Grand Old Party) One of two major U.S. ...
Republican River
a river flowing E from E Colorado through Nebraska and Kansas into the Kansas River. 422 mi. (680 km) long. * * * River, central U.S. Rising in eastern Colorado, it is 422 mi ...
republicanism
/ri pub"li keuh niz'euhm/, n. 1. republican government. 2. republican principles or adherence to them. 3. (cap.) the principles or policy of the Republican party. [1680-90; ...
republicanization
See republicanize. * * *
republicanize
—republicanization, n. —republicanizer, n. /ri pub"li keuh nuyz'/, v.t., republicanized, republicanizing. to make republican. Also, esp. Brit., republicanise. [1790-1800; < F ...
RepublicanParty
Republican Party n. 1. One of the two primary political parties of the United States, organized in 1854 to oppose the extension of slavery. 2. The Democratic-Republican Party. * ...
RepublicanRiver
Republican River A river, about 676 km (420 mi) long, rising in eastern Colorado and flowing northeast and east across southern Nebraska then southeast through northeast-central ...
Republicans, The
▪ political party, Germany also called  Republican Party,  German  Die Republikaner        German ultranationalist political party, founded in West Germany in 1983. ...
republication
/ree'pub li kay"sheuhn/, n. 1. publication anew. 2. a book or the like published again. [1720-30; RE- + PUBLICATION] * * *
Republicof the Congo
See Congo. * * *
République Malgache
/rdday pyuu bleek mannl gannsh"/ French name of Malagasy Republic. * * *
republish
—republishable, adj. —republisher, n. /ree pub"lish/, v.t. 1. to publish again: to republish a bestseller in a special illustrated edition. 2. Law. to reexecute (a ...
republisher
See republish. * * *
repudiate
—repudiable, adj. —repudiative, adj. —repudiator, n. /ri pyooh"dee ayt'/, v.t., repudiated, repudiating. 1. to reject as having no authority or binding force: to repudiate ...
repudiation
—repudiatory /ri pyooh"dee euh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee/, adj. /ri pyooh'dee ay"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act of repudiating. 2. the state of being repudiated. 3. refusal, as by a state or ...
repudiationist
See repudiation. * * *
repudiative
See repudiate. * * *
repudiator
See repudiative. * * *
repugn
/ri pyoohn"/, v.t. 1. to oppose or refute. v.i. 2. Archaic. to resist. [1325-75; ME repugnen < MF repugner < L repugnare to resist, equiv. to re- RE- + pugnare to fight] * * *
repugnance
/ri pug"neuhns/, n. 1. the state of being repugnant. 2. strong distaste, aversion, or objection; antipathy. 3. contradictoriness or inconsistency. Also, repugnancy. [1350-1400; ...
repugnancy
re·pug·nan·cy (rĭ-pŭgʹnən-sē) n. pl. re·pug·nan·cies Repugnance. * * *
repugnant
—repugnantly, adv. /ri pug"neuhnt/, adj. 1. distasteful, objectionable, or offensive: a repugnant smell. 2. making opposition; averse. 3. opposed or contrary, as in nature or ...
repugnantly
See repugnant. * * *
repulse
—repulser, n. /ri puls"/, v., repulsed, repulsing, n. v.t. 1. to drive back; repel: to repulse an assailant. 2. to repel with denial, discourtesy, or the like; refuse or ...
repulser
See repulse. * * *
repulsion
/ri pul"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act of repulsing or the state of being repulsed. 2. the feeling of being repelled, as by the thought or presence of something; distaste, repugnance, or ...
repulsive
—repulsively, adv. —repulsiveness, n. /ri pul"siv/, adj. 1. causing repugnance or aversion: a repulsive mask. 2. capable of causing repulsion; serving to repulse: to present ...
repulsively
See repulsive. * * *
repulsiveness
See repulsively. * * *
repump
v.t. * * *
repunctuate
v.t., repunctuated, repunctuating. * * *
repunish
v. * * *
repunishable
adj. * * *
repunishment
n. * * *
repurchase
—repurchaser, n. /ree perr"cheuhs/, v., repurchased, repurchasing, n., adj. v.t. 1. to buy again; regain by purchase. n. 2. the act of repurchasing. adj. 3. of or pertaining to ...
repurchase agreement
1. a contract between a dealer, as a bank, and an investor, whereby the investor purchases securities with the promise that they will be bought back by the dealer on a designated ...
repurchaseagreement
repurchase agreement n. A contract giving the seller of an asset the right or obligation to buy back the asset at a specified price on a given date. * * *
repurify
v., repurified, repurifying. * * *
repurpose
v.t., repurposed, repurposing. * * *
repursue
v.t., repursued, repursuing. * * *
reputability
See reputable. * * *
reputable
—reputability, reputableness, n. —reputably, adv. /rep"yeuh teuh beuhl/, adj. 1. held in good repute; honorable; respectable; estimable: a reputable organization. 2. ...
reputably
See reputability. * * *


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