Returnable to Reverence
1. Capable of, or admitting of, being returned.
2. (Law) Legally required to be returned, delivered, given, or rendered; as, a writ or precept returnable
at a certain day; a verdict returnable to the court.
(Re*turn"er) n. One who returns.
(Re*turn"less), a. Admitting no return. Chapman.
(Re*tuse") a. [L. retusus, p. p. : cf. F. rétus. See Retund.] (Bot. & Zoöl.) Having the end
rounded and slightly indented; as, a retuse leaf.
(Reule) n.& v. Rule. [Obs.]
(Reume) n. Realm. [Obs.]
(Re*un"ion) n. [Pref. re- + union: cf. F. réunion.]
1. A second union; union formed anew after separation, secession, or discord; as, a reunion of parts or
particles of matter; a reunion of parties or sects.
2. An assembling of persons who have been separated, as of a family, or the members of a disbanded
regiment; an assembly so composed.
(Re`u*nite") v. t. & i. To unite again; to join after separation or variance. Shak.
(Re`u*nit"ed*ly) adv. In a reunited manner.
(Re`u*ni"tion) n. A second uniting. [R.]
(Re*urge") v. t. To urge again.
(Re*vac"ci*nate) v. t. To vaccinate a second time or again. Re*vac`ci*na"tion n.
(Rev`a*les"cence) n. The act of growing well; the state of being revalescent.
Would this prove that the patient's revalescence had been independent of the medicines given him?Coleridge.
(Rev`a*les"cent) a. [L. revalescens, -entis, p. pr. of revalescere; pref. re- re- + valescere,
v. incho. fr. valere to be well.] Growing well; recovering strength.
(Re*val`u*a"tion) n. A second or new valuation.
(Re*vamp") v. t. To vamp again; hence, to patch up; to reconstruct.
(Reve) v. t. To reave. [Obs.] Chaucer.
(Reve), n. [See Reeve.] An officer, steward, or governor. [Usually written reeve.] [Obs.] Piers
(Re*veal") v. t. [imp. & p. p. Revealed ; p. pr. & vb. n. Revealing.] [F. révéler, L. revelare,
revelatum, to unveil, reveal; pref. re- re- + velare to veil; fr. velum a veil. See Veil.]