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rescind
to officially state that a law, contract, decision, etc. is no longer valid
resilient
1. able to feel better quickly after something unpleasant such as shock, injury, etc; 2.(of a substance) returning to its original shape after being bent, stretched, or pressed
resolute
having or showing great determination
respite
a pause or rest from something difficult or unpleasant
resplendent
brightly colored in an impressive way
restitution
1.the act of giving back something that was lost or stolen to its owner; 2.(law) payment, usually money, for some harm or wrong that someone has suffered
restive
unable to stay still, or unwilling to be controlled, especially because you feel bored or not satisfied
retract
1.to say publicly that you will not do something you had said you would do, or to admit that something that you had said was true is false; 2.to retract is also to pull something back or in
revoke
to officially cancel something so that it is no longer valid
rhapsodize
to talk or write with great enthusiasm about something
ribald
(of language or behavior) referring to sex in an offensive but humorous way
rife
1. if something bad or unpleasant is rife in a place, it is very common there; 2.[rife (with something)] full of something bad or unpleasant]
ruminate
to think deeply about something
sacrosanct
that is considered to be too important to change or question
sagacity
showing good judgment and understanding
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