reprobation severe disapproval CF approbation reprove censure rebuke N reproof

Reprobation severe disapproval cf approbation reprove

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reprobation severe disapproval; CF. approbation reprove censure; rebuke; N. reproof repudiate disown; disavow; deny repugnance disgust; strong dislike; loathing; ADJ. re- pugnant: arousing disgust; repulsive repulsion distaste; disgust; act of driving back; ADJ. re- pulsive: causing disgust; tending to drive away; V. repel (not ‘repulse’) repulse reject with rudeness or coldness (an offer or friendship); drive back (an enemy attack); CF. repulse = cause repulsion reputable respectable; having a good reputation reputed supposed; Ex. reputed father of the child; V. repute: consider; N. repute: reputation; esteem requiem mass for the dead; dirge mass Christian religious ceremony; CF. Mass: ceremony of the Eucharist requisite necessary requirement; something required; ADJ: required; necessary requisition formal demand or request; Ex. requisition for more computing equipment; V. requite make return for; repay; reciprocate; revenge; N. requittal 41 rescind repeal; annul; cancel (a law, decision, or agree- ment) resentment indignation; bitterness; displeasure; V. re- sent: feel anger about reserve self-control; self-restraint; formal but distant manner; reticence; Ex. without reserve: freely and openly; ADJ. reserved: shy and uncommunicative residue remainder; balance residual remaining; left over; of a residue; N: residue resignation patiently submissiveness; statement that one is quitting a job; ADJ. resigned: acquiescent resign give up (a position, right, or claim); submit (one- self) passively resilient elastic; having the power of springing back; able to recover quickly (as from misfortune) elastic able to spring back into shape; quick to recover (as from disappointment); able to adapt to change; Ex. elastic plans; N: elastic material resolution determination; resoluteness; ADJ. resolute: firm or determined in purpose resolve determination; resolution; firmness of purpose resolve decide; settle; solve; separate; make a deter- mined decision; N. resolution resonant (of a sound) echoing; resounding(sounding loudly); deep and full in sound; producing resonance; Ex. resonant voice; N. resonance resound (of a place) be filled with sound; (of a sound) sound loudly; sound back; echo; Ex. hall resounded with laughter respiration breathing; exhalation; ADJ. respiratory 68
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respite time for rest; interval of relief; delay in punish- ment; reprieve resplendent brilliant; splendid in appearance; dazzling; glorious responsiveness state of reacting readily to appeals, or- ders, etc.; ADJ. responsive: readily reacting; Ex. respon- sive to treatment restitution returning something (lost or stolen) to the rightful owner; reparation; indemnification; compensa- tion for loss, damage, or injury restive impatiently restless (induced by external coer- cion or restriction); restlessly impatient; obstinately re- sisting control; Ex. restive horses because of wolves; CF.
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