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racket
 
n.
device consisting of an oval frame with a tight interlaced network of strings and a handle; wooden paddle, as one used in table tennis
radiate
 
v. Syn. effuse
spread out; effuse; issue or emerge in rays or waves
radical
 
a. Syn. drastic; extreme
drastic; extreme; arising from or going to a root or source; basic
radius
 
n.
right line drawn or extending from the center of a circle to the periphery
raft
 
n.
a flat float made of logs or planks; a large number or amount or extent
ragged
 
a. Syn. torn; worn
torn; worn; having an irregular surface or edge; uneven or jagged in outline
rail
 
v. Syn. scold; rant
scold; express objections or criticisms in bitter, harsh, or abusive language
ramble
 
v. Syn. wander
wander aimlessly; move about aimlessly; walk about casually or for pleasure
rampant
 
a. Syn. wild; extravagant
unrestrained and violent; occurring without restraint
ratio
 
n. Syn. rate; proportion
relation which one quantity or magnitude has to another of the same kind; rate; proportion
ravage
 
v.
bring heavy destruction on; devastate
rave
 
v.
speak wildly, irrationally; speak or write with wild enthusiasm
readily
 
ad. Syn. easily; quickly; promptly
easily; quickly; in a prompt, timely manner; promptly
reap
 
v. Syn. gain; harvest; glean
gain; harvest a crop from; get or derive; obtain as a result of effort
reassure
 
v.
give or restore confidence in; cause to feel sure or certain
recede
 
v.
move back; retreat; withdraw a claim or pretension
recession
 
n. Syn. withdrawal; retreat
withdrawal; retreat; time of low economic activity
recipient
 
n. Syn. receiver
receiver; one that receives or is receptive
reciprocal
 
a. Syn. mutual; exchangeable; interacting
concerning each of two or more persons or things; exchangeable; interacting
recital
 
n.
detailed account or description of something