Regardable to Register
(Re*gard"a*ble) a. Worthy of regard or notice; to be regarded; observable. [R.] Sir T. Browne.
(Re*gard"ant) a. [F. regardant, fr. regarder. See Regard, v. t.] [Written also regardant.]
1. Looking behind; looking backward watchfully.
[He] turns thither his regardant eye.Southey.
2. (Her.) Looking behind or backward; as, a lion regardant.
3. (O.Eng.Law) Annexed to the land or manor; as, a villain regardant.
1. One who regards.
2. (Eng. Forest law) An officer appointed to supervise the forest. Cowell.
(Re*gard"ful) a. Heedful; attentive; observant. Re*gard"ful*ly, adv.
Let a man be very tender and regardful of every pious motion made by the Spirit of God to his heart.South.
Syn. Mindful; heedful; attentive; observant.
(Re*gard"ing), prep. Concerning; respecting.
1. Having no regard; heedless; careless; as, regardless of life, consequences, dignity.
Regardless of the bliss wherein he sat.Milton.
2. Not regarded; slighted. [R.] Spectator.
Syn. Heedless; negligent; careless; indifferent; unconcerned; inattentive; unobservant; neglectful.
Re*gard"less*ly, adv. Re*gard"less*ness, n.
(Re*gath"er) v. t. To gather again.
(Re*gat"ta) n.; pl. Regattas [It. regatta, regata.] Originally, a gondola race in Venice; now,
a rowing or sailing race, or a series of such races.
(Re"gel) n. (Astron.) See Rigel.
(Re"ge*late) v. i. (Physics) To freeze together again; to undergo regelation, as ice.
(Re`ge*la"tion) n. [Pref. re- + L. gelatio a freezing.] (Physics) The act or process of freezing
anew, or together,as two pieces of ice.
Two pieces of ice at (or even) 32 Fahrenheit, with moist surfaces, placed in contact, freeze together to a
rigid mass. This is called regelation. Faraday.
(Re"gence) n. Rule. [Obs.] Hudibras.
(Re"gen*cy) n.; pl. Regencies [CF. F. régence, LL. regentia. See Regent, a.]