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resemble to have a similar nature or have a likeness to.
resensitize combined form of sensitize.
resent to feel bitterness, displeasure, or indignation toward or about.
resentence combined form of sentence.
resentful feeling or displaying resentment.
resentment a bitterness, displeasure, or indignation resulting from perceived injury or wrong.
reserpine an alkaloid obtained from the root of the rauwolfia, used in the treatment of hypertension and as a tranquilizer.
reservation an exception, limitation, or qualification, or the act of limiting or qualifying one's acceptance, belief, or the like. [4 definitions]
reserve to hold back or save for later use. [8 definitions]
re-serve to serve again.
reserve clause a condition in some professional sports contracts that provides for a one-year extension at the team owner's option.
reserved put aside or held for a specific purpose. [2 definitions]
reserved powers under the U.S. Constitution, those powers not delegated to the U.S. federal government, which are therefore, unless prohibited by the Constitution, reserved for the states and the people.
reservice combined form of service.
reservist a person who belongs to a country's military reserves.
reservoir a place where water is collected and stored, esp. to supply a community or for agricultural purposes. [3 definitions]
reset to set or regulate again. [5 definitions]
resettlement combined form of settlement.
resew combined form of sew.
resh the name of the twentieth letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
reshape to give a different shape, form, or structure to.