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lax in attending to duty; negligent; exhibiting.carelessness or slackness; culpably.careless or indicative of such carelessness; remiss implies.blameworthy carelessness shown in slackness, forgetfulness or neglect (had been remiss in her familial duties)
being such that forgiveness is possible (remissible sins) remissibility.noun
the act of remitting; a condition or period in which something is remitted; a lessening of intensity or degree; abatement; release, as from a debt, a penalty or an obligation; forgiveness; pardon

remit, remitted, remitting, remits.transitive verbs
to transmit (money) in payment; to refrain from exacting (a tax or penalty, for example); cancel; to pardon; forgive (remitted their sins); to restore to a former condition or position; to allow to slacken (the storm remitted its fury); to desist from; give up; to refer (a matter) to a for decision; to put off; postpone
Law:.to refer (a case) to another court for further consideration or action
intransitive verb use.to transmit money; to diminish; abate
the act of remitting; remitted for further consideration
remitment, remitter.nouns

rearrange, rearranged, rearranging, rearranges.transitive verbs
to change the arrangement of

ruddy, ruddier, ruddiest.adjectives
having a healthy, reddish color; rosy

a person or group selected to govern in place of a monarch or other ruler who is absent, disabled or still of minority age; the period during which a regent governs; the office or area of jurisdiction or government of regents or a regent, such as in ancient times:.Isaiah 29:21

one who rules during the absence or disability of a monarch or if the monarch is too young to yet rule on his own; one acting as a ruler or governor; a member of a board that governs an institution, such as a state university
reigning together; joint; mutually; subordinately or assistant (copilot); to the same extent or degree; coextensive; complement of an angle
the killing of a king; one who kills a king

recommence, recommences, recommencing, recommenced.transitive verbs
if you recommence something or if it recommences, it begins again after having stopped (he recommenced work on his garage building project; her course at the university recommences in two months); to begin again

if you say, for example, that silence reigns in a place or that confusion reigns in a situation, you mean that the place is silent or the situation is confused; reign refers to the dominance or widespread influence of something (the reign of reason; at the present time we have winter reigning); exercise of sovereign power, as by a monarch; the period.during which a monarch rules
reign, reigned, reigning, reigns.intransitive verbs
to be predominant or prevalent: (panic reigned as the fire spread); to exercise sovereign power; to hold the title of monarch (Queen Elizabeth I, stupidly signed away to conspirators out to grab her absolute power and authority)

recline, reclined, reclining, reclines.verbs
transitive verb use.to cause to assume a leaning or prone position
intransitive verb use.to lie back or down

the sale of goods or commodities in small quantities directly to consumers
of, relating.to.or.engaged in the sale of goods or commodities at retail
in retail quantities; at a retail price
retail, retailed, retailing, retails.verbs
transitive verb use.to sell in small quantities directly to consumers; to tell or repeat.gossip or stories for example, to others
intransitive verb use.to sell at retail

an inflorescence having stalked flowers arranged singly along an elongated, unbranched axis, as in the flower, lily of the valley

an industrial.plant for purifying a crude.substance, such as petroleum or sugar

reassure, reassured, reassuring, reassures.transitive verbs
to restore.confidence to; to assure again (the map reassured us we were on the correct road to get to their cabin); to reinsure reassurance.noun,.plural.reassurances

reinsure, reinsured, reinsuring, reinsures.transitive verbs
to insure again
reinsurance companies receive from first insurers, for example, your life insurance often has a large reinsurance company behind it that you may not know about, who purchased your insurance; many reinsurers are located in other parts of the world, such as in Europe, one such company of many, being Gerling Global

rescue, rescued, rescuing, rescues.transitive verbs
to set free, as from danger or imprisonment; save; in law; to take from legal.custodyby force
an act of rescuing; a deliverance; in law, removal from legal custody by force
often.used to modify another noun (a rescue team; a rescue mission)

a blunt or abrupt.repulse or refusal, as to an offer; a check or an abrupt setback to progress or action
rebuff, rebuffed, rebuffing, rebuffs.transitive verbs
to reject bluntly, often disdainfully; snub; to repel someone or drive them back and away

repay, repaid, repaying, repays.verbs
transitive verb use.to give back, either in return or in compensation (repay kindness with kindness) to pay back (repaid a debt); if you repay a favor that someone did for you, you do something for them in return; to make or do in return (repay a call); to make a return or compensation for (a company that repays hard work with bonuses)
intransitive verb use.to make repayment or requital

rewaken, rewakened, rewakening, rewakens.intransitive.and.transitive verbs
to rewake another or to become awake again
rewake, rewoke.or.rewaked, rewaked.or.rewoken, rewaking, rewakes.verbs
transitive verb use.to waken again
intransitive verb use.to become awake again

having the disagreeable.odor or taste of decomposing oils or fats; rank; repugnant; nasty (rancid remarks); if butter, bacon or other oils and oily foods are rancid, they are no longer fresh and have gone bad, don't smell fresh and taste old and unpleasant (butter is perishable and can go rancid)

rip, ripped, ripping, rips.verbs
transitive verb use.to cut, tear apart or tear away roughly or energetically; to split or saw wood along the grain
intransitive verb use.to become torn or split apart
the act of ripping; a torn or split place, especially along a seam (in that location the Earth ripped apart at the fault line)
rip off,.ripped off,.ripping off,.rips off.phrasal verbs
to steal from (she ripped off a leather jacket while ostensibly trying on clothes); to exploit, swindle, cheat or defraud (a false advertising campaign that ripped off a great many consumers)
rip into.phrasal verb
to attack or criticize.vehemently (ripped into her opponent's political record)

ripple, rippled, rippling, ripples.verbs
intransitive verb use.to form or display little undulations or waves on the surface, as disturbed water does; to flow with such undulations or waves on the surface; to rise and fall gently in tone or volume
transitive verb use.to cause to form small waves or undulations
a small wave; a wavelike motion; an undulation (the ripple of a flag); a sound like that made by rippling water (a ripple of laughter); a ripple is also a comblike, toothed instrument used for removing seeds from flax and other fibers
ripply, ripplier, rippliest.adjectives
characterized by or sounding in ripples