(Rear"dorse Rear"doss) (- dos), n. A reredos.
(Rear"er) n. One who, or that which, rears.
(Re*ar"gue) v. t. To argue anew or again.
(Re*ar"gu*ment) n. An arguing over again, as of a motion made in court.
(Rear"-horse`) n. [So called because it rears up when disturbed.] (Zoöl.) A mantis.
(Rear"ly), adv. Early. [Obs.] Beau. & Fl.
(Rear"most`) a. Farthest in the rear; last.
(Rear"mouse`, Rere"mouse`) (-mous`), n. [AS. hreremus; probably fr. hreran to agitate,
stir (akin to G. rühren, Icel. hræra) + mus mouse.] (Zoöl.) The leather-winged bat (Vespertilio murinus).
[Written also reermouse.]
(Re`ar*range") v. t. To arrange again; to arrange in a different way.
(Re`ar*range"ment) n. The act of rearranging, or the state of being rearranged.
(Rear"ward`) n. [Rear + ward.] The last troop; the rear of an army; a rear guard. Also used
(Rear"ward) a. & adv. At or toward the rear.
(Re`as*cend") v. i. To rise, mount, or climb again.
(Re`as*cend"), v. t. To ascend or mount again; to reach by ascending again.
He mounts aloft, and reascends the skies.Addison.
(Re`as*cen"sion) n. The act of reascending; a remounting.
(Re`as*cent") n. A returning ascent or ascension; acclivity. Cowper.
(Rea"son) n. [OE. resoun, F. raison, fr. L. ratio (akin to Goth. raþjo number, account, garaþjan
to count, G. rede speech, reden to speak), fr. reri, ratus, to reckon, believe, think. Cf. Arraign, Rate,