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resole to furnish (a shoe, boot, or the like) with a new sole. [2 definitions]
resolidification combined form of solidification.
resolidify combined form of solidify.
resoluble1 capable of being resolved.
resoluble2 that can be redissolved.
resolute having or showing firmness, determination, or resolve.
resolution mental firmness, determination, or resolve. [8 definitions]
resolvable able to be resolved.
resolve to decide (something) firmly or earnestly, or to cause (someone) to do so. [8 definitions]
resolved being of fixed or determined purpose.
resolvent capable of causing a breaking down into constituent parts; solvent. [2 definitions]
resolving power the ability of an optical system to yield separate images of close points. [2 definitions]
resonance the quality or condition of resounding or echoing. [5 definitions]
resonant resounding or reverberating; echoing. [4 definitions]
resonate to produce resonance; to produce a full, deep, clear sound that continues for some time. [5 definitions]
resonator any of various devices, often hollow, that produce sound through resonance, or that detect resonance.
resorb to absorb again.
resorcinol a colorless, crystalline compound, used in treating certain skin diseases, and in making dyes, celluloid, pharmaceuticals, and the like.
resorption the bodily process of breaking down a structure, such as bone or tooth.
resort to go or turn to for help or remedy, often as one's last recourse. [5 definitions]
re-sort to arrange or sort (things) anew.