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regrant combined form of grant.
regreening the process of rehabilitating land that has become barren so that it supports plant life once again.
regress to go back or backwards, as in reverting to an earlier form or stage of development. [2 definitions]
regression the act or condition of return to an earlier form or less advanced state; biological or psychological reversion.
regret to feel sorrow or remorse for (something committed). [7 definitions]
regretful having sorrow or remorse for a loss, an act, or a disappointment.
regrind combined form of grind.
regroom combined form of groom.
regroove combined form of groove.
regroup to form into a group or groups again. [2 definitions]
regrowth combined form of growth.
regulable subject to regulation or able to be regulated.
regular normal or customary. [12 definitions]
regularize to cause to be regular.
regularly at fixed intervals of time. [2 definitions]
regulate to control or direct by means of a rule or method. [3 definitions]
regulation a principle, rule, or law designed to regulate behavior or conduct. [3 definitions]
regulator a person or thing that regulates. [2 definitions]
regulatory pertaining to or having the purpose of making or enforcing regulations.
Regulus a blue-white binary star in the constellation Leo, having a combined magnitude of 1.3.
regurgitate to surge or pour back or out, esp. from of a place of containment, as gases, liquids, or undigested food. [3 definitions]