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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]
reckoning the process of determining by counting, calculating, or estimating. [4 definitions]
reckon with to take into account; be mindful of; consider. [2 definitions]
reclaim to claim again or to reestablish title to or possession of; variant of "re-claim." [6 definitions]
re-claim to act to reestablish title to or possession of.
reclaimable combined form of reclaim.
reclaimed of or pertaining to land that has been restored to a usable state. [2 definitions]
reclamation the act or process of restoring poor-quality or useless land. [3 definitions]
reclassification combined form of classification.
reclassify combined form of classify.
reclinate bent towards the base, as the leaf or stem of a plant.
recline to move into a comfortable lying position. [3 definitions]
recliner a type of chair with a back that tilts to an inclined position, often with a footrest that rises simultaneously.
reclothe combined form of clothe.
recluse a person who lives in voluntary isolation from others. [2 definitions]
reclusive tending to separate oneself from society and live in secluded isolation.
recodify combined form of codify.