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repressive acting or tending to restrain or subdue.
repressurize combined form of pressurize.
reprice combined form of price.
reprieve to release (someone) temporarily or permanently from planned or impending punishment, pain, or difficulty. [4 definitions]
reprimand a strong, usu. formal statement of disapproval; rebuke. [2 definitions]
reprint to make another print or printing of; print again. [3 definitions]
reprisal injury inflicted in retaliation for injury received, as in war; revenge. [2 definitions]
reprise repetition of a musical phrase or theme in an identical or slightly altered way. [2 definitions]
repro see reproduction proof.
reproach to express disapproval of or disappointment with (someone); censure. [4 definitions]
reproachable combined form of reproach.
reproachful expressing or full of reproach or accusation.
reprobate an evil or lawless person, often beyond hope of redemption. [4 definitions]
reproduce to make a copy or duplicate of. [6 definitions]
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. [3 definitions]