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regretful having sorrow or remorse for a loss, an act, or a disappointment.
regrind combined form of grind.
regroom combined form of groom.
regroove combined form of groove.
regroup to form into a group or groups again. [2 definitions]
regrowth combined form of growth.
regulable subject to regulation or able to be regulated.
regular normal or customary. [12 definitions]
regularize to cause to be regular.
regularly at fixed intervals of time. [2 definitions]
regulate to control or direct by means of a rule or method. [3 definitions]
regulation a principle, rule, or law designed to regulate behavior or conduct. [3 definitions]
regulator a person or thing that regulates. [2 definitions]
regulatory pertaining to or having the purpose of making or enforcing regulations.
Regulus a blue-white binary star in the constellation Leo, having a combined magnitude of 1.3.
regurgitate to surge or pour back or out, esp. from of a place of containment, as gases, liquids, or undigested food. [3 definitions]
regurgitation the bringing up of partly digested food from the stomach.
rehab (informal) rehabilitation. [2 definitions]
rehabilitate to restore to good health or to an otherwise improved state of being. [2 definitions]
rehabilitation the act or rehabilitating or the condition of having been rehabilitated.
rehang combined form of hang.