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reappointment combined form of appointment.
reapportion to share or apportion in a different relation or ratio. [2 definitions]
reappraisal combined form of appraisal.
reappraise to make a second or fresh assessment of; reconsider, reevaluate, or rethink.
reappropriate combined form of appropriate.
reapprove combined form of approve.
reap the whirlwind to suffer the consequences of rash actions or wrongdoing.
rear1 the back part of something. [5 definitions]
rear2 to raise to maturity. [4 definitions]
rear admiral a U.S. naval officer ranking below a vice admiral and above a commodore admiral.
rear end the part of something furthest to the back, such as an animal's buttocks or the rearmost part of a vehicle.
rear-end to collide with (the rear of another vehicle).
rear guard a small detachment of soldiers who protect the rear of a larger unit, as in a retreat.
reargue combined form of argue.
reargument combined form of argument.
rearm to establish or help to establish an offensive military force again. [2 definitions]
rearmost farthest to the back or end; last.
rearousal combined form of arousal.
rearouse combined form of arouse.
rearrange to arrange in a different fashion. [2 definitions]
rearrangement combined form of arrangement.