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reproduction the act or process of reproducing or state of being reproduced. [3 definitions]
reproduction proof a proof of type, an engraving, or the like, made for photographic reproduction, usu. on glossy paper.
reproductive of or relating to reproduction. [2 definitions]
reproof an act or statement of disapproval.
reprove to criticize, usu. mildly, for wrongdoing. [2 definitions]
reprovision combined form of provision.
reptile any of the class of vertebrate cold-blooded animals, including lizards, turtles, snakes, crocodiles, and the like, that breathe with lungs, are covered with scales or hard plates, and have short legs or none at all. [4 definitions]
reptilian of, concerning, resembling, or being a reptile. [3 definitions]
republic a state or nation where supreme political power is exercised by elected representatives acting in the name of the people. [3 definitions]
republican having the nature or characteristics of a republic. [4 definitions]
republicanism adherence to the principles and constitutional forms of republican government. [2 definitions]
republicanize to make republican.
Republican Party one of the two major political parties in the United States, organized in 1854 in opposition to slavery. [2 definitions]
Republic of the Congo a country in Central Africa, south of Gabon and north of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The Republic of the Congo was formerly known as the French Congo. Brazzaville is the capital; Congo.
repudiate to reject completely as invalid or untrue. [3 definitions]
repugnance strong dislike, distaste, or aversion. [2 definitions]
repugnant extremely distasteful to one's senses or principles; disgusting. [2 definitions]
repulse to force backward or repel (an attack or the like). [4 definitions]
repulsion the act of repelling, or the condition of being repelled. [2 definitions]
repulsive prompting disgust or aversion; distasteful. [2 definitions]
repunctuation combined form of punctuation.