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reticulum-noun;-plural-reticula
a netlike formation or structure; a network; Zoology the second compartment of the stomach of ruminant mammals, lined with a membrane having honeycombed ridges.

ruminant-noun
any of various hoofed, even toed, usually horned mammals of the suborder Ruminantia, such as cattle, sheep, goats, deer, and giraffes, characteristically having a stomach divided into four compartments and chewing a cud consisting of regurgitated, partially digested food
ruminant-adjective
characterized by the chewing of cud

redound, redounded, redounding, redounds-intransitive verbs
to have an effect or consequence (deeds that redound to one's discredit); to return; recoil

rummage, rummaged, rummaging, rummages-verbs
transitive verbs-to search thoroughly by handling, turning over, or disarranging the contents of; to discover by searching thoroughly
intransitive verbs-to make an energetic, usually hasty search
rummage, rummager-nouns
a thorough search among a number of things; a confusion of miscellaneous articles

requite, requited, requiting, requites-transitive verbs
to make repayment or return for (requite another's love); reciprocate; interchange; barter; exchange
requitable-adjective
requiter-noun
synonyms-reciprocate

reprobate-noun-Bible meaning of the word
a morally unprincipled person
reprobate-adjective
morally unprincipled; shameless
as transitive verbs-reprobater, reprobated, reprobating, reprobates
to disapprove of; condemn; to abandon to eternal damnation
reprobation-noun
reprobative-adjective

regret, regretted, regretting, regrets-
transitive use-to feel sorry, disappointed, or distressed about; to remember with a feeling of loss or sorrow; mourn
intransitive use-to feel regret
regret-noun

rouse, roused, rousing, rouses-transitive verbs
to arouse from slumber, apathy, or depression; to excite, as to anger or action; stir up; provoke
intransitive verbs-to awaken; to become active
rouse-noun
the act or an instance of arousing
rouser-noun

reverence, reverencer-nouns
a feeling of profound-awe and respect and often love; veneration; an act showing respect, especially a bow or curtsy; the state of being revered
reverence, reverenced, reverencing, reverences-transitive verbs
to consider or treat with profound-awe and respect; venerate

revere, revered, revering, reveres-transitive verbs
to regard with awe, deference, and devotion

regime-noun
a form of government (a fascist regime); a government in power; administration (suffered under the new regime); a prevailing social system or pattern; ahe period during which a particular administration or system prevails; a regulated system, as of diet and exercise; a regimen

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