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3000 SAT Vocabulary 17: Print One-sided Flashcard

rejoin:
 
v.
join again; unite after separation; come, or go, again into the presence of
rejuvenate:
 
v. Syn. reinvigorate; refresh
make young again; restore to youthful vigor or appearance
relapse:
 
n.
falling back into a former state, especially becoming worse
relegate:
 
v. Syn. delegate; assign
assign to obscure place, position, or condition; delegate; assign
relent:
 
v. Syn. yield
give in; become more compassionate or forgiving; cause to soften in attitude or temper
relevant:
 
a. Syn. pertinent
pertinent; having connection with matter at hand
reliance:
 
n.
dependence; certainty based on past experience
reliant:
 
a.
relying on another for support
relinquish:
 
v. Syn. yield; abandon; surrender; waive
give up something with reluctance; retire from; give up or abandon
relish:
 
v. Syn. enjoy
take keen or zestful pleasure in; enjoy the flavor of; give spice or flavor to
reluctance:
 
n.
state of being reluctant; unwillingness; hesitancy in taking some action
reluctant:
 
a. Syn. unwilling; averse
not wanting to take some action; averse
reminiscence:
 
n. Syn. recollection
recollection; process of remembering
remiss:
 
a. Syn. negligent; careless
negligent; careless in performing duty or business
remission:
 
n. Syn. abatement
temporary moderation of disease symptoms; cancellation of a debt; lessening of intensity or degree
remodel:
 
v.
make over in structure or style; reconstruct; change the form of
remonstrance:
 
n. Syn. protest; objection
expression of protest, complaint, or reproof, especially formal statement of grievances
remonstrate:
 
v.
point out; show clearly; make plain or manifest; demonstrate; present and urge reasons in opposition to
renaissance:
 
n.
revival; renewal; revival of learning and culture
rendezvous:
 
n. Syn. engagement; meeting; date
meeting at a prearranged time and place; popular gathering place; prearranged meeting point for troops or ships