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refurbish to make clean, fresh, and attractive again, as by renovating, refurnishing, or repainting (a home, office, or the like).
refurnish combined form of furnish.
refusal the act or an instance of refusing. [2 definitions]
refuse1 to decline to accept or give. [3 definitions]
refuse2 material considered to be waste or otherwise worthless; garbage; rubbish. [2 definitions]
refusenik a citizen of the former Soviet Union who was denied permission to emigrate.
refute to demonstrate the falseness or error of; disprove. [2 definitions]
reg.1 abbreviation of "regular."
reg.2 abbreviation of "registered."
reg.3 abbreviation of "regulation."
regain to win or gain back, as after loss. [2 definitions]
regal of, pertaining to, or suitable for royalty; royal. [2 definitions]
regale to entertain or delight, as with humorous tales. [3 definitions]
regalia the distinguishing decorations or symbols of any organization, position, or office. [3 definitions]
regard to consider with a particular attitude or feeling. [8 definitions]
regardful paying attention or being observant (often fol. by of). [2 definitions]
regarding with respect to; concerning.
regardless lacking regard, heed, or mindfulness. [2 definitions]
regather combined form of gather.
regatta a boat race or planned series of such races, esp. of sailing vessels.
regear combined form of gear.