Reasoning to Recreative

Reasoning, n. Ratiocination, argumentation, argument.

Reassume, v. a. Resume, take again.

Reassurance, n.

    1. Renewed assurance.
    2. (Law.) Reinsurance.

Reassure, v. a.

    1. Hearten, enhearten, encourage, cheer, comfort, embolden, strengthen, inspirit, assure again, restore courage to.
    2. (Law.) Reinsure.

Rebate, v. a.

    1. Blunt, beat back.
    2. Diminish, lessen, reduce, abate, bate.
    3. Cut, pare, rabbet.

Rebate, n.

    1. Diminution, lessening.
    2. (Com.) Discount, allowance, deduction, reduction, drawback, abatement.

Rebel, n. Insurgent, traitor, revolter.

Rebel, v. n. Revolt, resist lawful authority.

Rebellion, n. Insurrection, sedition, revolt, mutiny, resistance, contumacy.

Rebellious, a. Insubordinate, intractable, disobedient, mutinous, refractory, contumacious, seditious.

Rebound, v. n.

    1. Reverberate, recoil, react, spring back, fly back, bound back, ricochet.
    2. Reverberate, re-echo.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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