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rescreen combined form of screen.
rescript an official answer from a Roman emperor or the pope in regard to a question of doctrine or law. [3 definitions]
rescue to free or save, as from danger or confinement. [2 definitions]
resculpt combined form of sculpt.
resealable combined form of sealable.
research systematic investigation and study to obtain and analyze information, as about a theory, event, intellectual discipline, or the like. [3 definitions]
re-search to search again.
researchable combined form of research.
researcher a person who engages in systematic scholarly investigation in order to gain knowledge or understanding or to solve a particular problem.
reseason combined form of season.
reseat to show to a new seat or seat again. [2 definitions]
resect to surgically remove (an organ, bone, or the like).
resectable combined form of resect.
resection the removal of part of a bone or other structure in surgery.
resecure combined form of secure.
resegregate combined form of segregate.
resegregation combined form of segregation.
resell combined form of sell.
reseller combined form of seller.
resemblance the state or fact of showing similarity or likeness. [2 definitions]
resemble to have a similar nature or have a likeness to.