Spelling Words for 11th Grade (List 7)

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rehabilitate
v. restore to proper condition; help to re-adapt, as to former state of health or good repute
relic
n. surviving remnant; something left after loss or decay; object kept for its association with the past
religious
a. of religion; concerned with religion; having or showing belief in and reverence for God or a deity
remembrance
n. the ability to recall past occurrences; a recognition of meritorious service
remunerate
v. make payment to; compensate
rend
v. split; tear or split apart or into pieces violently
renown
n. fame; quality of being widely honored and acclaimed
reparation
n. act of putting something in working order again; act or process of making amends; compensation
repent
v. cause to feel remorse or regret; feel regret or self-reproach for
representative
n. one that represents anything; that which exhibits a likeness or similitude; agent
repugnant
a. arousing disgust or aversion; offensive or repulsive; hateful
requisite
n. necessary requirement; indispensable item
resistance
n. action of opposing something that you disapprove or disagree with
resolutely
ad. showing firm determination or purpose; with firmness
resolution
n. determination; resolving to do something; formal statement of a decision
resplendent
a. dazzling; glorious; shining with brilliant luster; very bright
responsibility
n. duties; obligation; state of being responsible, accountable, or answerable
restrictive
a. tending or serving to restrict; limiting; confining
resurgence
n. bringing again into activity and prominence
retort
n. reply, especially to answer in a quick, caustic, or witty manner
revel
v. to take great pleasure or delight; make merry
revenue
n. money which returns from an investment; annual income; reward
reverberate
v. to throw or bend back, from a surface; ring or echo with sound; spring back; spring away from an impact
revile
v. attack with abusive language; vilify
ridiculous
a. completely lacking of wisdom or good sense
rigmarole
n. a long and complicated and confusing procedure
rubble
n. broken fragments; irregular pieces of rock
sage
n. one celebrated for wisdom, experience, and judgment; various plants of the genus Salvia
satisfactorily
ad. in a way that fulfills expectations or needs; acceptably
scarce
a. hard to find; absent or rare; limited
scoundrel
n. a wicked or evil person; someone who does evil deliberately
scrawny
a. being very thin; inferior in size or quality
security
n. freedom from risk or danger; safety
segregation
n. a social system that provides separate facilities for minority groups
sensibility
n. ability to feel or perceive; keen intellectual perception
serene
a. calm, peaceful, and untroubled; completely clear and fine
serviette
n. a small piece of table linen that is used to wipe the mouth and to cover the lap in order to protect clothing
simile
n. comparison of one thing with another, in English generally using like or as
situated
a. having a site, situation, or location; being in a relative position; permanently fixed; placed; located
skittish
a. unpredictably excitable, especially of horses
sleek
a. having an even, smooth surface; smooth; not rough or harsh
sleuth
v. watch, observe, or inquire secretly
specimen
n. model; sample; an example regarded as typical of its class
spendthrift
n. one who spends money recklessly or wastefully
spiritual
a. not tangible or material; belonging to religion; sacred; supernatural
sporadic
a. occurring at irregular intervals; having no pattern or order in time
squalor
n. filthy and wretched condition or quality; dirty or neglected state
squeamish
a. excessively fastidious and easily disgusted
stagnant
a. not moving or flowing; lacking vitality or briskness; stale; dull
stagnate
v. be idle; exist in a changeless situation; stand still; cease to flow; stand without moving
stagy
a. having characteristics of the stage especially an artificial and mannered quality
stalwart
a. marked by imposing physical strength; firmly built; firm and resolute
stamina
n. physical or moral strength to resist or withstand illness; enduring strength and energy
stately
a. majestic; impressive, as in size or proportions
steadfast
a. firmly or constant loyal; fixed or unchanging
stealthy
a. marked by quiet and caution and secrecy; taking pains to avoid being observed
stint
n. length of time spent in particular way; allotted amount; limitation or restriction; fixed amount of work allotted
stipulate
v. specify or arrange in agreement; express demand in agreement; promise in agreement
strenuous
a. arduous; intense; performed with much energy or force;
stretch
v. extend; pull in opposite directions; lie down comfortably
stupendous
a. astonishing; wonderful; amazing, especially, astonishing in magnitude or elevation
sublime
a. of high spiritual, moral, or intellectual worth; characterized by nobility; majestic