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Vocab 12

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Reprehensible | very bad : deserving very strong criticism |
Reprimand | a severe or formal criticism or blame |
Reprove | to criticize or correct (someone) usually in a gentle way |
Repudiate |     * to refuse to accept or support (something) : to reject (something or someone)
 : to say or show that (something) is not true |
Reserve (N) |     * a supply of something that is stored so that it can be used at a later time
   * : a military force that is additional to the regular forces and that is available if it is needed
 : an area of land where animals and plants are given special protection |
Resigned | to give up (a job or position) in a formal or official way |
Resolution |     * the act of finding an answer or solution to a conflict, problem, etc. : the act of resolving something
   * : an answer or solution to something
 : the ability of a device to show an image clearly and with a lot of detail |
Resolve (N) | a strong determination to do something |
Restraint |     * a way of limiting, controlling, or stopping something
   * : a device that limits a person's movement
 : control over your emotions or behavior |
Reticence |     * the quality or state of being reticent (not willing to tell people about things:  reserve, restraint
   * 2
:  an instance of being reticent
:  reluctance 1 |
Retract |     * to pull (something) back into something larger that usually covers it
   * : to say that something you said or wrote is not true or correct
 : to take back (something, such as an offer or promise) |
Reverent | showing a lot of respect : very respectful |
Rhetorical |     * of, relating to, or concerned with the art of speaking or writing formally and effectively especially as a way to persuade or influence people
 of a question : asked in order to make a statement rather than to get an answer |
Rigor |     * the difficult and unpleasant conditions or experiences that are associated...


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