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recheck combined form of check.
recherché sought or developed with great care; uncommon. [3 definitions]
rechoreograph combined form of choreograph.
rechristen combined form of christen.
re-Christianize combined form of Christianize.
recidivism chronic return to bad habits, esp. criminal relapse.
recipe step-by-step instructions for preparing a food dish. [2 definitions]
recipient one who receives or is eligible to receive something. [2 definitions]
reciprocal involving an exchange, as of feelings, actions, or things, between two parties; mutual. [3 definitions]
reciprocate to give (feelings or things) in return. [4 definitions]
reciprocating engine an engine in which the back-and-forth motion of the pistons turns the crankshaft.
reciprocity the condition of maintaining a reciprocal relationship. [2 definitions]
recirculate combined form of circulate.
recirculation combined form of circulation.
recision an act or instance of canceling or annulling.
recital a demonstration of ability in performance given by dancers, dramatic readers, poets, or musicians, esp. soloists. [3 definitions]
recitation reciting in public. [3 definitions]
recitative in opera, a vocal music passage delivered in the rhythm and cadence of speech. [2 definitions]
recite to repeat the text of, esp. from memory and in public. [5 definitions]
reckless completely heedless of dangers or consequences; rash. [2 definitions]
reckon to determine by counting or estimating; make a judgment, as of length, time, or the like; calculate. [5 definitions]