Restagnant to Restraint
(Re*stag"nant) a. [L. restagnans, p. pr. ] Stagnant; motionless. [Obs.] Boyle.
(Re*stag"nate) v. i. [L. restagnare to overflow.] To stagnate; to cease to flow. [Obs.] Wiseman.
(Re`stag*na"tion) n. [L. restagnatio aninundation.] Stagnation. [Obs.]
(Res"tant) a. [L. restans, p. pr. of restare: cf. F. restant. See Rest remainder.] (Bot.) Persistent.
(Re*state") v. t. To state anew. Palfrey.
(Res"tau*rant) n. [F., fr. restaurer. See Restore.] An eating house.
(Res"tau*rate) v. t. [L. restauratus, p. p. of restaurare. See Restore.] To restore. [Obs.]
(||Re`stau`ra`teur") n. [F.] The keeper of an eathing house or a restaurant.
(Res`tau*ra"tion) n. [LL. restauratio: cf. F. restauration.] Restoration. [Obs.] Cower.
(Re*stem") v. t.
1. To force back against the current; as, to restem their backward course. Shak.
2. To stem, or move against; as, to restem a current.
1. Being at rest; quiet. Shak.
2. Giving rest; freeing from toil, trouble, etc.
Tired with all these, for restful death I cry.Shak.
Rest"ful*ly, adv. Rest"ful*ness, n.
(Rest"-har`row) n. (Bot.) A European leguminous plant (Ononis arvensis) with long, tough
(Rest"iff), a. Restive. [Obs.]
(Rest"iff), n. A restive or stubborn horse. [Obs.]
(Rest"iff*ness), n. Restiveness. [Obs.]
(Res"ti*form) a.[L. restis rope + -form.] (Anat.) Formed like a rope; applied especially to
several ropelike bundles or masses of fibers on the dorsal side of the medulla oblongata.
(Rest"i*ly) adv. In a resty manner. [Obs.]
(Re*stinc"tion) n.[L. restinctio. See Restinguish.] Act of quenching or extingishing. [Obs.]
(Rest"i*ness) n. The quality or state of being resty; sluggishness. [Obs.]
The snake by restiness and lying still all winter.Holland.
Resting spore (Bot.), a spore in certain orders of algæ, which remains quiescent, retaining its vitality, for
long periods of time. C. E. Bessey.
(Rest"ing), a. & n. from Rest, v. t. & i.