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revalidate combined form of validate.
revalidation combined form of validation.
revalorization combined form of valorization.
revalorize combined form of valorize.
revaluate to make another valuation of.
revamp to change as if for a new beginning or direction; revise; renovate.
revanchism the policy of a nation to aggressively regain territories that have been lost.
reveal to disclose or make known. [2 definitions]
revealable combined form of reveal.
reveille a call sounded early in the morning to waken or alert people, esp. a bugle call for troops to assemble.
revel to feel great pleasure; rejoice (usu. fol. by in). [3 definitions]
revelation the act of revealing. [4 definitions]
revelator one who makes a revelation.
revelatory of the nature of a revelation. [2 definitions]
revelry noisy merrymaking; reveling.
revenge to give punishment or demand atonement for (a wrong); take vengeance for; requite. [5 definitions]
revengeful filled with the desire to retaliate; full of revenge.
revenue income obtained from investment or property. [4 definitions]
revenuer (informal) a Treasury Department agent, esp. one who is assigned to combat illegal liquor operations.
revenue stamp a stamp that indicates a tax has been paid, as on a bottle of liquor.
reverb a device for simulating sound reverberation, as in playing or recording electronically amplified music, or the sound so produced.