Reviewable to Revolute
(Re*view"a*ble) a. Capable of being reviewed.
(Re*view"al) n. A review. [R.] Southey.
(Re*view"er) n. One who reviews or reëxamines; an inspector; one who examines publications
critically, and publishes his opinion upon their merits; a professional critic of books.
(Re*vig"or*ate) a. [LL. revigoratus, p. p. of revigorare; L. re- + vigor vigor.] Having new
vigor or strength; invigorated anew. [R.] Southey.
(Re*vig"or*ate) v. t. To give new vigor to. [Obs.]
(Re*vile") v. t. & i. [imp. & p. p. Reviled ; p. pr. & vb. n. Reviling.] [Pref. re- + OF. aviler
to make vile, depreciate, F. avilir; à (L. ad.) + vil vile. See Vile.] To address or abuse with opprobrious
and contemptuous language; to reproach. "And did not she herself revile me there?" Shak.
Who, when he was reviled, reviled not again.1 Pet. ii. 23.
Syn. To reproach; vilify; upbraid; calumniate.
(Re*vile"), n. Reproach; reviling. [Obs.]
The gracious Judge, without revile, replied.Milton.
(Re*vile"ment) n. The act of reviling; also, contemptuous language; reproach; abuse. Spenser.
(Re*vil"er) n. One who reviles. 1. Cor. vi. 10.
(Re*vil"ing), n. Reproach; abuse; vilification.
Neither be ye afraid of their revilings.Isa. li. 7.
(Re*vil"ing), a. Uttering reproaches; containing reproaches. Re*vil"ing*ly, adv.
(Re*vince") v. t. [See Revict.] To overcome; to refute, as error. [Obs.] Foxe.
(Re*vin"di*cate) v. t. [Pref. re- + vindicate. Cf. Revindicate, Revenge.] To vindicate
again; to reclaim; to demand and take back. Mitford.
(Rev`i*res"cence) n. [L. revirescens, p. pr. of revirescere to grow green again.] A
growing green or fresh again; renewal of youth or vigor. [Obs.]
(Re*vis"a*ble) a. That may be revised.
(Re*vis"al) n. [From Revise.] The act of revising, or reviewing and reëxamining for correction
and improvement; revision; as, the revisal of a manuscript; the revisal of a proof sheet; the revisal of a
(Re*vise") v. t. [imp. & p. p. Revised ; p. pr. & vb. n. Revising.] [F. reviser, fr. L. revidere,
revisum, to see again; pref. re- re- + videre, visum, to see. See Review, View.]
1. To look at again for the detection of errors; to reëxamine; to review; to look over with care for correction; as,
to revise a writing; to revise a translation.
2. (Print.) To compare (a proof) with a previous proof of the same matter, and mark again such errors
as have not been corrected in the type.