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riff a short melodic or rhythmic phrase, often repeated, esp. as an accompaniment for a jazz soloist.
riffle a shoal or shallow in a stream, or the ripples of water flowing over it. [5 definitions]
riffraff persons considered to be worthless or disreputable; rabble.
rifle1 a firearm with a long barrel having spiral grooves inside designed to increase the accuracy of a shot. [4 definitions]
rifle2 to search thoroughly in order to rob.
rifleman a person who uses or is skillful with a rifle. [2 definitions]
rifle range an area for target practice with a rifle. [2 definitions]
riflery the practice or skill of marksmanship with rifles.
rifling1 spiral grooves that are cut onto the inner surface of a gun barrel, pipe, or similar object.
rifling2 the act or process of searching thoroughly in order to rob; plundering.
rift a crack or fissure made by breaking, splitting, or separating. [4 definitions]
rig to equip or prepare for use, as by attaching sails and ropes to (a boat or ship). [10 definitions]
Riga the capital of Latvia.
rigamarole variant of rigmarole.
rigatoni pasta formed into short, ribbed tubes.
Rigel a blue-white binary star in the constellation Orion, having a combined magnitude of 0.1.
rigging all the ropes, wires, chains, and the like used on a boat or ship to support the masts and work the sails. [2 definitions]
right in accordance with what is fair and morally good. [28 definitions]
rightabout the position assumed by turning around to face in the opposite direction. [3 definitions]
right about face a military command to turn to the right until facing in the opposite direction, or the performance of this command. [2 definitions]
right and left in all places or directions; everywhere.