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retarget combined form of target.
retaste combined form of taste.
retch to attempt to vomit.
reteach combined form of teach.
retell to tell again, esp. a story or account.
retention the act or process of retaining. [2 definitions]
retentive having the ability to retain. [2 definitions]
retexture combined form of texture.
rethink to think over or consider again. [2 definitions]
rethread combined form of thread.
reticence the state or quality of being hesitant to speak out; reserve.
reticent reluctant to speak; not given to frequent speech; restrained; shy.
reticular consisting of or like a net; netlike. [3 definitions]
reticulate resembling or forming a net or network. [4 definitions]
reticule a woman's small handbag or purse with a drawstring, originally made of netting. [2 definitions]
reticulum a netlike structure; network. [3 definitions]
retie combined form of tie.
retighten combined form of tighten.
retile combined form of tile.
retime combined form of time.
retina the light-sensitive lining at the back of the inner eyeball that receives images and transfers them to the optic nerve.