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Ammon the Greek and Roman name for Amen or Amen-Re, the ancient Egyptian god of life, often identified with Zeus and Jupiter.
debenture a certificate issued by a custom house authorizing the refund of tariffs paid on imported goods that are re-exported. [1/2 definitions]
fox to make or repair (a shoe) by applying leather or other material to form or re-cover the upper front. [1/7 definitions]
nebula a cloud of interstellar dust or gas or both, that may appear as either a light or dark mass depending on how it absorbs, reflects, or re-emits incident radiation. [1/2 definitions]
pep (informal) to feel re-energized (fol. by "up"). [1/3 definitions]
reclaim to claim again or to reestablish title to or possession of; variant of re-claim. [1/5 definitions]
reecho reechoes (re-echoes) [1/3 definitions]
reformatory a corrective institution for disciplining and re-educating young offenders; reform school. [1/2 definitions]
regenerate to re-create or make new or better. [1/7 definitions]
regeneration the act of being re-created or reformed. [1/2 definitions]
retool to fit with new or different machinery; re-equip for a new purpose. [2/3 definitions]
return to re-elect to office. [1/22 definitions]
returnable capable of being returned, re-sold, or reused. [1/2 definitions]
review to re-examine or look over again. [1/11 definitions]
rhenium a chemical element that has seventy-five protons in each nucleus and that occurs naturally only in compounds, but that can be isolated as a very dense metal, used esp. for electrical contacts and other high-temperature applications, and as a catalyst. (symbol: Re)
sol-fa in music, the syllables "do," "re," "mi," "fa," "sol," "la," and "ti," used to denote the tones of a diatonic scale in any key. [1/3 definitions]