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reliquefy combined form of liquefy.
relish a great enjoyment or appreciation of something, esp. food or drink. [6 definitions]
relishable combined form of relish.
relive to experience or live over again, often in the imagination.
reload combined form of load.
reloadable combined form of reload.
relocate to locate or move again. [3 definitions]
relook combined form of look.
relubricate combined form of lubricate.
relubrication combined form of lubrication.
reluctance a state of unwillingness or disinclination, often arising from uncertainty or doubt.
reluctant unenthusiastic or unwilling; disinclined. [2 definitions]
rely to trust or depend (usu. fol. by on or upon).
REM rapid eye movement. [2 definitions]
rem a unit of radiation exposure, equal to approximately one roentgen of x-rays or gamma rays; roentgen equivalent man.
remain to continue without a change in quality or state. [3 definitions]
remainder something that remains after other things have been taken away. [3 definitions]
remaining being what is left or still present.
remains that which is left when parts have been taken away, destroyed, or the like. [4 definitions]
remake to make again or in a new form; reconstruct. [3 definitions]
remand to transfer or send back. [6 definitions]