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reassure to give back confidence to. [2 definitions]
reattach combined form of attach.
reattachment combined form of attachment.
reattain combined form of attain.
reattempt combined form of attempt.
reattribute combined form of attribute.
reattribution combined form of attribution.
Reaumur denoting or of a temperature scale in which the freezing point of water is zero degrees and its boiling point is eighty degrees.
reauthorization combined form of authorization.
reauthorize combined form of authorize.
reave to take away by or as if by force; seize. [3 definitions]
reawaken combined form of awaken.
Reb (Yiddish) a Jewish title of respect used with the given name rather than the surname, roughly the equivalent of "Mister".
rebait combined form of bait.
rebalance combined form of balance.
rebaptism combined form of baptism.
rebaptize combined form of baptize.
rebarbative tending to irritate or repel; forbidding or unattractive.
rebate a portion of a credited payment or charge that is returned, esp. in cash; refund of part of a charge. [2 definitions]
rebbe a Jewish spiritual leader, esp. of a Hasidic sect.
rebbetzin the wife of a rabbi.