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moral-anguish arising from feeling regret for wrong doing
marked by or filled with remorse
having no pity or compassion; merciless; unyielding; relentless
remorsefulness, remorselessness.nouns.(words ending in 'ess' are usually used without pluralization - adding an 'es' making '...esses', is clumsy)

retaliate, retaliated, retaliating, retaliates.intransitive.and.transitive verbs
intransitive verb use.to return like for like, especially evil for evil
transitive verb use.to pay back (an injury) in kind
retaliative, retaliatory.adjectives

seeking or preferring seclusion or isolation; providing seclusion (a reclusive hut)
reclusiveness.noun.(words ending in 'ess' are usually used without pluralization - adding an 'es' making '...esses', is clumsy)

one who rejects a cause, an allegiance, a religion or a group for another; an outlaw; a rebel
renegade, renegaded, renegading, renegades.intransitive verbs

reticular formation.noun,.plural.reticular formations
a diffuse network of nerve fibers and cells in parts of the brainstem, important in regulating consciousness or wakefulness; 192 nerve endings that are the gateways to consciousness

resembling a net in form; netlike (reticular tissue); marked by complexity; intricate

a netlike formation or structure; a network
Zoology:.in zoology, the second compartment of the stomach of ruminant mammals, lined with a membrane having honeycombed ridges

reticuloendothelial.noun.(normally used without being pluralized)
of, relating.to.or.being the widely diffused bodily system constituting all phagocytic cells except certain white blood.cells

rant, ranted, ranting, rants.verbs
intransitive verb senses of the verb.to speak or declaim in a violent, loud or vehement manner; rave; to talk in a noisy, excited or declamatory.manner; to scold vehemently; to talk or complain in a loud excited and rather confused way because you feel strongly about something; rant about something (she was still ranting about the unfairness of it all)
transitive verb senses of the verb.to utter with violence or extravagance.(a dictator who ranted his vitriol onto a captive audience)
violent, loud or extravagant speech; raving and ranting

relent, relented, relenting, relents.verbs
intransitive verb use.to become more lenient, compassionate or forgiving; yield
transitive verb use.to cause to slacken or abate; to cause to soften in attitude or temper; from Middle English 'relenten' meaning 'to melt' and from Anglo-Norman 'relenter' which is from 'relen' meaning 'damp' and from Latin 'lentus' meaning 'sticky', 'slow'
unyielding in severity or strictness; unrelenting (relentless taxation); steady and persistent; unremitting (the relentless heat in the tropics)
relentlessness.noun.(words ending in 'ess' are usually without pluralization - adding an 'es' making '...esses' is clumsy)

skill in using language effectively and persuasively; a style of speaking or writing, especially the language of a particular subject; the art or study of using language effectively and persuasively; a treatise or book discussing this art
of or relating to rhetoric; characterized by over elaborate or bombastic.rhetoric; used for persuasive.effect (a speech punctuated by rhetorical pauses)

an expert in or teacher of rhetoric; an eloquent speaker or writer; a person given to verbal extravagance

rid, ridded, ridding, rids.transitive verbs
when you get rid of something that you do not want or do not like, you take action so that you no longer have it or suffer from it; if you get rid of something causing problems for you or that you do not like, you do something to prevent them affecting you any more, for example by making them leave; if you are rid of someone or something that you did not want or that caused problems for you, they are no longer with you or causing problems for you; to free from (he was finally able to rid himself of the idea of death)
deliverance from or removal of something unwanted or undesirable
get rid of.phrasal verb
dispose of (we must get rid of some stuff, our basement is full of stuff we no longer use); throw away/out, clear out, discard, scrap, dump
good riddance.noun,.plural.good riddances
you say good riddance to indicate that you are pleased that someone has left or that something has gone (good riddance to the criminally evil ones who've harmed humanity and wouldn't change their despicable attitudes)

a substance used in a chemical reaction to detect, measure, examine or produce other substances

the prescribed or customary form for conducting a religious or other solemn.ceremony.(the rite of baptism); the rite of circumcision); doing things to the letter; the literal way of doing something (his daily rite was to rise early, washroom tasks, then do spiritual disciplines toward his inward disposition); satanic rituals.(SRA)

a ruckus or fray; annoyance; vexation; an irregularity or a slight disturbance of a surface (the ruffle on the surface of the still pond indicated something underneath being the cause as there was no wind); a strip of frilled or closely pleated fabric used for trimming or decoration
ruffle, ruffled, ruffling, ruffles.verbs
transitive verb use.to disturb the smoothness or regularity of; ripple; to pleat or gather fabric into a ruffle; to discompose; fluster.(a comment by a politician that is bound to ruffle some people); to flip through (ruffle through the pages of a book)
intransitive verb use.to become irregular or rough; to flutter; to become flustered; to roughen

Rameses the Great
Now known as.Rameses II.also spelt.Ramses II.noun
King of Egypt B.C. or B.C.E. 1304-1237, whose reign was marked by the building of numerous monuments.

He was king at the beginning of the exodus from Egypt

A pharaoh, pronounced 'fair o', is a king, just like a tsar, czar or the name agag is a king and so also are the names ahasuerus and artaxerxes.

The pharaoh at the beginning of the captivity of the Israelites, which capivity was long before predicted by God and told to Abraham, was son of Rameses, Pharaoh Meneptah I

There were many Pharaohs.

Huge masses of bricks, made of Nile River mud, Sun dried, some of them mixed with stubble, still mark the site of Rameses. This was the general rendezvous of the Israelites before they began their march out of Egypt.

Rameses III
king of ancient Egypt B.C.E. 11871156.

rattle, rattled, rattling, rattles.verbs
transitive verb use.to fluster; unnerve (the accident rattled me); to cause to make a quick succession of short percussive sounds (rattled the dishes in the kitchen); to utter or perform rapidly or effortlessly (rattled off a list of needs) embarrass
intransitive verb use
to make or emit a quick succession of short percussive sounds; to move with such sounds (a train rattled along the track); to talk rapidly and at length, usually without much thought (rattled on about this and that)
a rapid succession of short percussive sounds; a device, such as a baby's toy, that produces short percussive sounds; the series of horny structures at the end of a rattlesnake's tail; loud or rapid talk; chatter
a rickety, worn-out vehicle that clanks and clunks along when driven

recriminate, recriminated, recriminating, recriminates.verbs
transitive verb use.to accuse in return
intransitive verb use.to counter one accusation with another
the act of recriminating; a countercharge

one who tells stories and anecdotes with skill and wit

if someone gives you the runaround or you get the runaround, you are not given the information or help that you need because someone will not answer your questions or deal with your problem directly, example, "I'm tired of getting the runaround from your customer representatives, they keep giving me the runaround")

remonstrate, remonstrated, remonstrating, remonstrates.verbs
transitive verb use.to accuse in return
intransitive verb use.to reason in protest; present an objection; object
remonstration, remonstrator.nouns
the act of remonstrating; an expression of protest, complaint or reproof, especially a formal.statement of grievances

rely, relied, relying, relies.intransitive verbs
to be dependent for support, help or supply (relies on her parents for encouragement); to place or have faith or confidence (relied on them to always be there when she needed them)

having or exhibiting reliance; dependent (reliant on the weekly visit)

the act of relying or the state of being reliant; the faith, confidence or trust felt by one who relies; dependence

capable of being relied on; dependable (a reliable on time worker); a reliable car

retch, retched, retching, retches.verbs
intransitive verb senses (use).to try to vomit
transitive verb senses (use).to vomit
compare wretch, pronounced the same but different meaning

resume, resumed, resuming, resumes.verbs
transitive verb use.to begin or take up again after interruption (resumed our dinner); to occupy again (the dog resumed its post by the door)
intransitive verb use.to begin again or continue after interruption
the act or an instance of resuming; a beginning again

a brief account of one's professional or work experience and qualifications, often submitted with an employment application; a summary; a CV

ravage, ravaged, ravaging, ravages.verbs
transitive verb use.to bring heavy destruction on; devastate (a tornado ravaged the countryside); to pillage; sack (the ravaged a building)
intransitive verb use.to wreak destruction
the act or practice of pillaging, destroying or devastating; grievous damage; havoc (the ravages of a windstorm)

rapid, rapider, rapidest.adjectives
moving, acting or occurring with great speed; swift; fast
an extremely fast moving part of a river, caused by a steep.descent in the riverbed

a development or consequence growing out of and sometimes complicating a problem, plan or statement (the ramifications of a decision, such as one to marry); the act or process of branching out or dividing into branches; a subordinate part extending from a main body; a branch; an arrangement of branches or branching parts
ramify, ramified, ramifying, ramifies.verbs
intransitive verb use.to have complicating consequences or outgrowths; to send out branches or subordinate branchlike parts
transitive verb use.to divide into or cause to extend in branches or subordinate branchlike parts
branching or branchlike