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rekindle, rekindled, rekindling, rekindles.transitive verbs
to relight a fire; to revive or renew (rekindled an old interest in the sciences); if something rekindles an interest, feeling or thought that you used to have, it makes you think about it or feel it again

having the shape of a rectangle; having one or more right angles; designating a geometric.coordinate.system with mutually.perpendicular.axes
a four-sided plane figure with four right angles

reveal, revealed, revealing, reveals.transitive verbs
to make known something; to bring to view; show; disclose, divulge
one who reveals, as in the Book of Revelation
of, relating.to.or.containing a revelation

the act of revealing or disclosing; an uncovering, a bringing to light of that which had been previously wholly hidden or only obscurely seen; something revealed; Book of Revelation in the Bible

a long, narrow leather strap attached to each end of the bit of a bridle and used by a rider or driver to control a horse or other animal; a means of restraint, check or guidance; a means or an instrument by which power is exercised (the reins of one's intent; seeing they would lead toward negativity in her life, she exercised control over her base desires)
rein, reined, reining, reins.verbs
transitive verb use.to check or hold back by or as if by the use of reins; to restrain or control
intransitive verb use.to control a horse, for example, with reins
rein in.idiom
to rein in something means to control it

a development or consequence growing out of and sometimes complicating a problem, plan, or statement (the environmental ramifications of another dam); the act or process of branching out or dividing into branches; a subordinate part extending from a main body; a branch

a receptacle is an object which you use to put or keep things in; a container that holds items or matter; a fitting connected to a power supply and equipped to receive a plug (plug the toaster into the electrical receptacle; in meditation it's best if one is in a receptive.frame of mind.in order to receive the invisible frequencies that improve life); the expanded tip of a flower stalk or axis that bears the floral organs or the group of flowers in a head

regenerate, regenerated, regenerating, regenerates.verbs
transitive verb use.to reform spiritually or morally; to form, construct, or create anew, especially in an improved state; to give new life or energy to; revitalize; to replace a lost or damaged organ or part by formation of new tissue
intransitive verb use.to become formed or constructed again; to generate again; to undergo spiritual conversion or rebirth; reform; to effect regeneration
one who is spiritually reborn; a regenerated organ or part
spiritually or morally reformed; formed or created anew; restored to a better state; refreshed or renewed
the act or process of regenerating or the state of being regenerated; spiritual or moral revival or rebirth; regrowth of lost or destroyed parts or organs
of, relating to, or marked by regeneration; tending to regenerate regeneratively.adverb
the state of being regenerated

reform, reformed, reforming, reforms.verbs
transitive verb use.to improve by alteration, correction of error, or removal of defects; put into a better form or condition; to abolish abuse or malpractice in (reform the government); to put an end to a wrong; to correct
intransitive verb use.to change for the better
a change for the better; an improvement; correction of evils, abuses, or errors; action to improve social or economic conditions
relating to or favoring reform
the act of reforming or the state of being reformed; the Reformation was 16th-century movement in Western Europe that aimed at reforming some doctrines and practices of the Roman Catholic Church and resulted in the establishment of Protestant churches
serving to induce reform
improved by the removal of faults or abuses; improved in conduct or character; relating to or being the Protestant churches that follow the teachings of John Calvin and Ulrich Zwingli
a doctrine or movement of reform

remind, reminded, reminding, reminds.transitive verbs
to cause to remember; to bring again to mind (must remind him to call; reminded her of college days)

remember, remembered, remembering, remembers.verbs
transitive verb use.to recall to the mind; think of again (remembered the address); to retain in the memory (remember your appointment); to give greetings from: (remember me to your family); to return to an original shape or form after being deformed or altered (when heated again many metals return to the shape they had when manufactured)
intransitive verb use.to have or use the power of memory
many places of work look at an applicant's rememberability
computer administrators are generally good rememberers

the act or process of remembering; memory; the state of being remembered (holds her son in fond rememberance); something serving to celebrate or honor the memory of a person or an event; a memorial; one's memory span; something remembered; a reminiscence

a poisonous.protein.extracted from the castor bean and used as a biochemical.reagent

the act or process of recollecting past experiences or events; an experience or event recollected; memory (reminiscences of times gone by); an event that brings to mind a similar, former event
having the quality of or containing reminiscence; inclined to engage in reminiscence; tending to recall or suggest something in the past (an evening reminiscent of our happy time at Disneyland)

of or relating to a monarch; royal; belonging to or befitting a monarch (regal privileges); magnificent; splendid

of or relating to a monarch; of the rank of a monarch; of, relating to, or in the service of a kingdom; issued or performed by a monarch (a royal warrant; a royal visit); founded, chartered, or authorized by a monarch (the Royal Winnipeg Ballet; a royal society of musicians); befitting royalty; stately (royal treatment at the hotel in Bali we stayed at); superior, as in size or quality
a member of a monarch's family; a paper size, 20 by 25 inches for printing, 19 by 24 inches for writing
(the bridesmaids looked royally attired)
the royal road.idiom
a way or method that presents no difficulties (the royal road to higher consciousness is love)

ramrod, ramrodded, ramrodding, ramrods.transitive verbs
to exert.strict control over; supervise closely; to force passage or acceptance of (a group that ramrodded the bill through Parliament Congress)
a rod used to force the charge into a muzzleloading firearm as was common in the 1600-1700's; a rod used to clean the barrel of a firearm

from the.International Scientific Vocabulary
radiometric relates to using or measured by a radiometer; of or relating to the measurement of geologic time by means of the rate of disintegration of radioactive.elements; relating to the measurement of radioactivity

of, belonging.to.or.occurring at a time immediately before the present