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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.
rebec a pear-shaped, three-stringed musical instrument of the Middle Ages and Renaissance that is played with a bow.
rebegin combined form of begin.
rebel one who resists authority or restriction. [6 definitions]
rebellion an uprising or armed resistance against established authority or a government. [2 definitions]
rebellious unwilling to accept one's situation or submit to the will of others. [4 definitions]
rebid combined form of bid.
rebind combined form of bind.
rebirth a major recurrence, as of a phenomenon; revival. [3 definitions]
reblend combined form of blend.
rebloom combined form of bloom.
reboard combined form of board.
rebook combined form of book.
reboot combined form of boot.
reborn revitalized; renewed. [3 definitions]