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refreshing
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a. invigorating; energizing; pleasantly new or different
White is also cooling and refreshing, which is why people love to wear it in hot weather.
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refute
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v. disprove; prove to be false or incorrect
The defense called several respectable witnesses who were able to refute the prosecution's sole witness's false testimony.
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regime
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n. form of government; government in power; administration; prevailing social system or pattern
State Department officials insisted that, privately, the Yeltsin regime is still willing to cooperate in the search for peace.
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regimentation
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n. act of forming into a military unit or a large group of people; imposition of order or discipline;  organization
Most fundamentally, the New Deal made social regimentation a primary value in American popular culture.
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register
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v. give outward signs of; express; record in writing; enroll as a student
New students will have to register tomorrow before getting their books.
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reigning
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a. exercising power or authority; currently ruling or holding a position
The football superpowers of England, Spain, and Italy provide four teams, including the reigning champions Liverpool, Real Madrid, and AC Milan.
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relaxed
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a. easygoing; made less tense or rigid; relieved
In the last year, the Australian government has introduced legislation to tighten up relatively relaxed domestic security.
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release
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v. give off; liberate; grant freedom to; make something available
He wanted to release the list with the names of the prisoners before Monday.
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relieve
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v. free from a burden; alleviate; save from ruin
International contractors led by the French started tunneling under this city of fifteen million to help relieve traffic congestion.
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remark
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n. expression, in speech or writing, of something, remarked or noticed
It was this last remark that had made the whole party look so grave and anxious.
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rendering
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n. depiction or interpretation, as in painting or music; translation; version
I am sure his rendering was the biggest and fullest side of that man - there is always a fine ironical appreciation of character.
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renovation
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n. improving by renewing and restoring; state of being restored to its former good condition; renewal
After a long renovation, you look much better.
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repel
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v. force or drive back; disgust; offer resistance to; fight against
Poles of the same name repel each other; poles of unlike name attract each other.
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replenish
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v. fill or make complete again; add a new stock or supply to
Before she could take another backpacking trip, Carla had to replenish her stock of freeze-dried foods.
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replicate
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v. duplicate, copy, reproduce, or repeat; fold over or bend back
Because he had always wanted a palace, Donald decided to replicate the Tai Mahal in miniature on his estate.
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representative
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a. fitted to represent; exhibiting a similitude; bearing character or power of another; acting for another or others
Obviously, letting things run their natural course has not resulted in such a representative diversity!
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reproduce
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v. have offspring or young; duplicate; make a copy
The deer and hare in our neighborhood reproduce madly.
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repugnance
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n. extreme dislike or aversion; opposition; conflict; resistance, in a physical sense
I can still recall my repugnance when I was told that dirty story.
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repulse
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v. force or drive back; drive back; refuse; disgust
He had to repulse the suggestion because it gave him no room to live.
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request
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v. express the need or desire for; ask for
I request that she inputs the entire manuscript in 2 days.
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