Part 1.

redolent
serving to bring to mind
redoubtable
worthy of respect or honor
refectory
a communal dining-hall, usually in a monastery
reflect
show an image of
refractory
stubbornly resistant to authority or control
rejoinder
a quick reply to a question or remark

 

Part 2.

remission
an abatement in intensity or degree
rend
tear or be torn violently
render
give an interpretation of
renegade
someone who rebels and becomes an outlaw
repast
the food served and eaten at one time
repeal
cancel officially

 

Part 3.

repine
express discontent
reprise
repeat an earlier theme of a composition
reprobation
severe disapproval
resonant
characterized by a loud deep sound
resource
a new or reserve supply that can be drawn upon when needed
restrained
not showy or obtrusive

 

Part 4.

retainer
a person working in the service of another
retentive
good at remembering
reticent
temperamentally disinclined to talk
retinue
the group following and attending to some important person
retiring
not arrogant or presuming
retort
a quick reply to a question or remark

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2020-04-17