(Ren*voy"), n. [F. renvoi.] A sending back. [Obs.]
(Re`ob*tain") v. t. To obtain again.
(Re`ob*tain"a*ble) a. That may be reobtained.
(Re*oc"cu*py) v. t. To occupy again.
(Re*om"e*ter) n. Same as Rheometer.
(Re*o"pen) v. t. & i. To open again.
(Re`op*pose") v. t. To oppose again.
(Re`or*dain") v. t. [Pref. re- re- + ordain: cf. F. réordonner.] To ordain again, as when the
first ordination is considered defective. Bp. Burnet.
(Re*or"der) v. t. To order a second time.
(Re*or`di*na"tion), n. A second ordination.
(Re*or`gan*i*za"tion) n. The act of reorganizing; a reorganized existence; as, reorganization
of the troops.
(Re*or"gan*ize) v. t. & i. To organize again or anew; as, to reorganize a society or an army.
(Re*o"ri*ent) a. Rising again. [R.]
The life reorient out of dust.Tennyson.
(Re"o*stat) n. (Physics) See Rheostat.
(Re"o*trope) n. (Physics) See Rheotrope.
(Rep) n. [Prob. a corruption of rib: cf. F. reps.] A fabric made of silk or wool, or of silk and wool,
and having a transversely corded or ribbed surface.
(Rep), a. Formed with a surface closely corded, or ribbed transversely; applied to textile fabrics
of silk or wool; as, rep silk.
(Re*pace") v. t. To pace again; to walk over again in a contrary direction.
(Re*pac"i*fy) v. t. To pacify again.
(Re*pack") v. t. To pack a second time or anew; as, to repack beef; to repack a trunk.
(Re*pack"er) n. One who repacks.
(Re*pa"gan*ize) v. t. To paganize anew; to bring back to paganism.
(Re*paid") imp. & p. p. of Repay.
(Re*paint") v. t. To paint anew or again; as, to repaint a house; to repaint the ground of a picture.
(Re*pair") v. i. [OE. repairen, OF. repairier to return, fr. L. repatriare to return to one's contry,
to go home again; pref. re- re- + patria native country, fr. pater father. See Father, and cf. Repatriate.]