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Section 18: Words Starting with R. race r . a . c . e . race. race means any
competition. A contest of speed.the race is to the swift.
racing r . a . c . i . n . g . racing. racing means the sport of engaging in contests of
speed. The riders were racing around a five-mile loop.
radio r . a . d . i . o . radio. radio means an electronic receiver that detects and demodulates
and amplifies transmitted signals. Does the noise of the radio bother you?
rail r . a . i . l . rail. rail means a barrier consisting of a horizontal bar and supports.
Short for railway.he was concerned with rail safety.
railroad r . a . i . l . r . o . a . d . railroad. railroad means line that is the commercial
organization responsible for operating a system of transportation for trains that pull passengers
or freight. He walked along the railroad track. rain r . a . i . n . rain. rain means water
falling in drops from vapor condensed in the atmosphere. I hope you didn't get soaked standing
out in the rain. raise r . a . i . s . e . raise. raise means
raise the level or amount of something. Raise the price of bread.
range r . a . n . g . e . range. range means an area in which something acts or operates
or has power or control. This cannon has a range of about 2 miles.
rank r . a . n . k . rank. rank means take or have a position relative to others. This
painting ranks among the best in the Western World.
rapid r . a . p . i . d . rapid. rapid means done or occurring in a brief period of time.
A rapid rise through the ranks. rapidly r . a . p . i . d . l . y . rapidly.
rapidly means with rapid movements. He works rapidly.
rare r . a . r . e . rare. rare means not widely known; especially valued for its uncommonness.
A rare word. rarely r . a . r . e . l . y . rarely. rarely
means not often. We rarely met. rate r . a . t . e . rate. rate means amount
of a charge or payment relative to some basis. A 10-minute phone call at that rate would
cost $5. rather r . a . t . h . e . r . rather.rathermeanson
the contrary.rather than disappoint the children, he did two quick tricks before he left.
rather r . a . t . h . e . r . rather. rather means instead of. I think you'd call it a
lecture rather than a talk. raw r . a . w . raw. raw means being unprocessed
or manufactured using only simple or minimal processes. My son loves to eat sushi with raw fish,
especially tuna. re r . e . re. re is added to verbs and nouns
to form new verbs and nouns that refer to the repeating of an action or process. For
example, to re-read something means to read it again.
reach r . e . a . c . h . reach. reach means the limits within which something can be effective.
He was beyond the reach of their fire. react r . e . a . c . t . react. react means
show a response or a reaction to something. They reacted violently to the news.
reaction r . e . a . c . t . i . o . n . reaction. reaction means a response that reveals a person's
feelings or attitude. He was pleased by the audience's reaction to his performance.
read r . e . a . d . read. read means interpret something that is written or printed. Have
you read Salman Rushdie? reading r . e . a . d . i . n . g . reading.
reading means the cognitive process of understanding a written linguistic message. He enjoys reading
books. reader r . e . a . d . e . r . reader. reader
means a person who enjoys reading. Many a reader skips the words that he doesn't know.
ready r . e . a . d . y . ready. ready means completely prepared or in condition for immediate
action or use or progress. The bridge is ready to collapse.
real r . e . a . l . real. real means no less than what is stated; worthy of the name. It's
time he had a real job. really r . e . a . l . l . y . really. Really
means in accordance with truth or fact or reality. They don't really listen to us.
realistic r . e . a . l . i . s . t . i . c . realistic. realistic means aware or expressing
awareness of things as they really are. The actors tried to create a realistic portrayal
of the Africans. reality r . e . a . l . i . t . y . reality.
reality means all of your experiences that determine how things appear to you. For them
demons were as much a part of reality as trees were.
realize r . e . a . l . i . z . e . realize. realize means be fully aware or cognizant
of. I realized the car accident was just a dream when I woke up.
rear r . e . a . r . rear. rear means the back of a military formation or procession.
Infantrymen were in the rear. reason r . e . a . s . o . n . reason. reason
means an explanation of the cause of some phenomenon. The reason a steady state was
never reached was that the back pressure built up too slowly.
reasonable r . e . a . s . o . n . a . b . l . e . reasonable. reasonable means showing
reason or sound judgment. Our new spa lets you indulge yourself at a reasonable price.
reasonably r . e . a . s . o . n . a . b . l . y . reasonably. Reasonably means to a moderately
sufficient extent or degree. He is reasonably clever with computers.
unreasonable u . n . r . e . a . s . o . n . a . b . l . e . unreasonable. unreasonable
means not in a reasonable or intelligent manner. She reacted unreasonably when she learned
she had failed. recall r . e . c . a . l . l . recall. recall
means a call to return. The recall of our ambassador.
receipt r . e . c . e . i . p . t . receipt. receipt means an acknowledgment usually tangible
that payment has been made. We need the receipt Mr Smith signed.
receive r . e . c . e . i . v . e . receive. receive means get something; come into possession
of. Karen Sunde once suggested that to love is to receive a glimpse of heaven.
recent r . e . c . e . n . t . recent. recent means being new in a time not long past. His
recent trip to Africa. recently r . e . c . e . n . t . l . y . recently.
recently means in the recent past. He was in Paris recently.
reception r . e . c . e . p . t . i . o . n . reception. reception means the manner in
which something is greeted. She did not expect the cold reception she received from her superiors.
recognition r . e . c . o . g . n . i . t . i . o . n . recognition. recognition means
the state or quality of being recognized or acknowledged. The partners were delighted
with the recognition of their work. recognize r . e . c . o . g . n . i . z . e
. recognize. recognize means accept someone to be what is claimed or accept his power
and authority. We do not recognize your gods. recommend r . e . c . o . m . m . e . n . d
. recommend. recommend means push for something. express a good opinion of. The travel agent
recommended strongly that we not travel on Thanksgiving Day.
recommendation r . e . c . o . m . m . e . n . d . a . t . i . o . n . recommendation.
recommendation means something as a course of action that is recommended as advisable.
My teacher wrote a recommendation for me. record r . e . c . o . r . d . record. record
means anything such as a document or a phonograph record or a photograph providing permanent
evidence of or information about past events. The film provided a valuable record of stage
techniques. recording r . e . c . o . r . d . i . n . g
. recording. recording means the act of making a record especially an audio record. She watched
the recording from a sound-proof booth. recover r . e . c . o . v . e . r . recover.
recover means get or find back; recover the use of. She recovered control of herself.
recovery r . e . c . o . v . e . r . y . recovery. recovery means return to an original state.
The recovery of the forest after the fire was surprisingly rapid.
red r . e . d . red. red means of a color at the end of the color spectrum next to orange;
resembling the color of blood or cherries or tomatoes or rubies. She has bright red
fingernails which she sharpens to a point. reduce r . e . d . u . c . e . reduce. reduce
means cut down on; make a reduction in. The employer wants to reduce health benefits.
reduction r . e . d . u . c . t . i . o . n . reduction. reduction means the act of decreasing
or reducing something. Diminishing enrollment has led to a reduction in staff at the college.
refer r . e . f . e . r . refer. refer means have to do with or be relevant to. I hate
it when my husband refers to me as his old lady.
reference r . e . f . e . r . e . n . c . e . reference. reference means a remark that
calls attention to something or someone. The speaker made several references to his wife.
reflect r . e . f . l . e . c . t . reflect. reflect means manifest or bring back. This
action reflects his true beliefs. reform r . e . f . o . r . m . reform. reform
means make changes for improvement in order to remove abuse and injustices. The new government
has promised to reform the electoral process. refrigerator r . e . f . r . i . g . e . r
. a . t . o . r . refrigerator. refrigerator means white goods in which food can be stored
at low temperatures. My refrigerator is out of order.
refusal r . e . f . u . s . a . l . refusal. refusal means the act of refusing. He was
fired from his job because of his refusal to work overtime.
refuse r . e . f . u . s . e . refuse. refuse means show unwillingness towards. refuse to
accept. He refused my offer of hospitality. regard r . e . g . a . r . d . regard. regard
means to look closely or attentively at something or someone; observe steadily. We regard your
work very highly. regarding r . e . g . a . r . d . i . n . g
. regarding. regarding means indicate the subject that is being talked or written about.
He won't be affected by our decision, so he is completely unbiased regarding the issue.
region r . e . g . i . o . n . region. region means the extended spatial location of something.
The farming regions of France. regional r . e . g . i . o . n . a . l . regional.
regional means characteristic of a region. India has a cuisine rich in regional flavour.
register r . e . g . i . s . t . e . r . register. register means an official written record
of names or events or transactions. You must register in order to be eligible to vote in the coming
federal election. regret r . e . g . r . e . t . regret. regret
means sadness associated with some wrong done or some disappointment. He wrote a note expressing
his regret. regular r . e . g . u . l . a . r . regular.
regular means in accordance with fixed order or procedure or principle. His regular calls
on his customers. regularly r . e . g . u . l . a . r . l . y
. regularly. regularly means in a regular manner. I correspond regularly with my counterpart
in the head office in Providence. regulation r . e . g . u . l . a . t . i . o
. n . regulation. regulation means a principle or condition that customarily governs behavior.
It was his regulation to take a walk before breakfast.
reject r . e . j . e . c . t . reject. reject means refuse to accept or acknowledge. I reject
the idea of starting a war. relate r . e . l . a . t . e . relate. relate
means make a logical or causal connection. I cannot relate these events at all.
related r . e . l . a . t . e . d . related. related means being connected either logically
or causally or by shared characteristics. Lifting of limits is clearly related to preservation
of limits.  relation r . e . l . a . t . i . o . n . relation.
relation means an abstraction belonging to or characteristic of two entities or parts
together. There is a very clear relation between the use of illegal drugs and petty crime in
this city. relationship r . e . l . a . t . i . o . n
. s . h . i . p . relationship. relationship means a state of connectedness between people
especially an emotional connection. He didn't want his wife to know of the relationship.
relative r . e . l . a . t . i . v . e . relative. relative means properly related in size or
degree or other measurable characteristics; usually followed by to. The punishment ought
to be relative to the crime. relatively r . e . l . a . t . i . v . e . l
. y . relatively. relatively means in a relative manner; by comparison to something else. The
situation is relatively calm now. relax r . e . l . a . x . relax. relax means
become less tense, rest, or take one's ease. Let's all relax after a hard day's work.
relaxed r . e . l . a . x . e . d . relaxed. relaxed means without strain or anxiety. I
was nervous at first, but gradually got more relaxed.
relaxing r . e . l . a . x . i . n . g . relaxing. relaxing means affording or marked by rest
or repose. The time spent was pleasant and relaxing.
release r . e . l . e . a . s . e . release. release means release, as from one's grip.
In autumn, the earth slowly releases the heat it has stored throughout the summer.
relevant r . e . l . e . v . a . n . t . relevant. relevant means having a bearing on or connection
with the subject at issue. The scientist corresponds with colleagues in order to learn about matters
relevant to her own research. relief r . e . l . i . e . f . relief. relief
means the feeling that comes when something burdensome is removed or reduced. As he heard
the news he was suddenly flooded with relief. religion r . e . l . i . g . i . o . n . religion.
religion means a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny.
He lost his religion but not his morality. religious r . e . l . i . g . i . o . u . s
. religious. religious means concerned with sacred matters or religion or the church.
The doors of the church were decorated with beautiful carvings of religious scenes.
rely r . e . l . y . rely. rely means have confidence or faith in. In the future, we
will have to rely more on alternate energy sources.
remain r . e . m . a . i . n . remain. remain means stay the same; remain in a certain state.
He remained unmoved by her tears. remaining r . e . m . a . i . n . i . n . g
. remaining. remaining means not used up. She had a little money remaining so she went
to a movie. remains r . e . m . a . i . n . s . remains.
remains means any object that is left unused or still extant. I threw out the remains of
my dinner. remark r . e . m . a . r . k . remark. remark
means a statement that expresses a personal opinion or belief. From time to time she contributed
a personal remark on his account. remarkable r . e . m . a . r . k . a . b . l
. e . remarkable. remarkable means unusual or striking. The show was a remarkable display
of his singing talent. remarkably r . e . m . a . r . k . a . b . l
. y . remarkably. remarkably means to a remarkable degree or extent. She was remarkably tall.
remember r . e . m . e . m . b . e . r . remember. remember means recall knowledge from memory;
have a recollection. I can't remember saying any such thing.
remind r . e . m . i . n . d . remind. remind means put in the mind of someone. Remind me
to call Mother. remote r . e . m . o . t . e . remote. remote
means areas are far away from cities and places where most people live, and are therefore
difficult to get to. There is a legend of a creature known as the Sasquatch which is
said to live in remote areas of British Columbia.
removal r . e . m . o . v . a . l . removal. removal means the act of removing. He had
surgery for the removal of a malignancy. remove r . e . m . o . v . e . remove. remove
means remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something
abstract. Remove the dirty dishes from the table.
rent r . e . n . t . rent. rent means a regular payment by a tenant to a landlord for use
of some property. He collects about $3000 a month in rents from his apartment building.
repair r . e . p . a . i . r . repair. repair means restore by replacing a part or putting
together what is torn or broken. She repaired her TV set.
repeat r . e . p . e . a . t . repeat. repeat means make or do or perform again. He could
never repeat his brilliant performance of the magic trick.
repeated r . e . p . e . a . t . e . d . repeated. repeated means recurring again and again.
She repeated what she had heard to her mother. repeatedly r . e . p . e . a . t . e . d . l
. y . repeatedly. repeatedly means several time. It must be washed repeatedly.
replace r . e . p . l . a . c . e . replace. replace means take the place or move into
the position of. Mary replaced Susan as the team's captain and the highest-ranked player
in the school. reply r . e . p . l . y . reply. reply means
a statement either spoken or written that is made in reply to a question or request
or criticism or accusation. He wrote replies to several of his critics.
report r . e . p . o . r . t . report. report means to give an account or representation
of in words. Discreet Italian police reported it in a manner typically continental.
reporter r . e . p . o . r . t . e . r . reporter. reporter means a person who investigates and
reports or edits news stories. He is a reporter for Time magazine.
represent r . e . p . r . e . s . e . n . t . represent. represent means take the place
of or be parallel or equivalent to. The transition to parenthood represents a major change
in an individual's life. representative r . e . p . r . e . s . e . n
. t . a . t . i . v . e . representative. representative means an advocate who represents
someone else's policy or purpose. The meeting was attended by representatives for all the
major organs of government. reproduce r . e . p . r . o . d . u . c . e
. reproduce. reproduce means make a copy or equivalent of. The dark atmosphere of the
novel has been perfectly reproduced in the film.
reputation r . e . p . u . t . a . t . i . o . n . reputation. reputation means the state
of being held in high esteem and honor. This school has an excellent reputation in the
community. request r . e . q . u . e . s . t . request.
request means a formal message requesting something that is submitted to an authority.
If you want to get a new desk for your office, you should put in a request right away.
require r . e . q . u . i . r . e . require. require means require as useful, just, or
proper. This job requires a lot of patience and skill
requirement r . e . q . u . i . r . e . m . e . n . t . requirement. requirement means
required activity. The requirements of his work affected his health.
rescue r . e . s . c . u . e . rescue. rescue means help which gets someone out of a dangerous
or unpleasant situation. The young boy was holding on to a large rock when he was rescued from
the river. research r . e . s . e . a . r . c . h . research.
research means a search for knowledge. Their pottery deserves more research than it has
received. reservation r . e . s . e . r . v . a . t
. i . o . n . reservation. reservation means a district that is reserved for particular
purpose. Would it be possible to change my reservation now?
reserve r . e . s . e . r . v . e . reserve. reserve means hold back or set aside, especially
for future use or contingency. The OPEC countries contain about 65% of the world's oil reserves.
resident r . e . s . i . d . e . n . t . resident. resident means someone who lives at a particular
place for a prolonged period or who was born there. Local residents are delighted with
the new water park for children. resist r . e . s . i . s . t . resist. resist
means stand up or offer resistance to somebody or something. This new protective coating
helps your car to resist rust. resistance r . e . s . i . s . t . a . n . c
. e . resistance. resistance means the action of opposing something that you disapprove
or disagree with. American troops have been encountering strong resistance from the rebel
forces. resolve r . e . s . o . l . v . e . resolve.
resolve means bring to an end; settle conclusively. The judge resolved the case in favor of the
plaintiff. resort r . e . s . o . r . t . resort. resort
means a hotel located in a resort area. They spent their holidays at a beautiful resort on
the coast of Mexico. resource r . e . s . o . u . r . c . e . resource.
resource means available source of wealth; a new or reserve supply that can be drawn
upon when needed. Our company simply doesn't have the resources to take on a project
of that size. respect r . e . s . p . e . c . t . respect.
respect means the condition of being honored esteemed or respected or well regarded. A
man who has earned high respect. respond r . e . s . p . o . n . d . respond.
respond means show a response or a reaction to something. The rioters responded to police
demands to disperse with rocks and bottles. response r . e . s . p . o . n . s . e . response.
response means a statement either spoken or written that is made in reply to a question
or request or criticism or accusation. I waited several days for his response.
responsibility r . e . s . p . o . n . s . i . b . i . l . i . t .y. responsibility. responsibility
means a form of trustworthiness; the trait of being answerable to someone for something
or being responsible for one's conduct. He holds a position of great responsibility.
responsible r . e . s . p . o . n . s . i . b . l . e . responsible. responsible means
worthy of or requiring responsibility or trust; or held accountable. The captain is responsible
for the ship's safety. rest r . e . s . t . rest. rest means a pause
for relaxation. take a short break from one's activities in order to relax. He took what
he wanted and I got the rest. the t . h . e . the. the restThe rest is used
to refer to all the parts of something or all the things in a group that remain or that
you have not already mentioned. It was an experience I will treasure for the rest of
my life. restaurant r . e . s . t . a . u . r . a . n
. t . restaurant. restaurant means a building where people go to eat. Their restaurant offers
authentic Italian food in an Old World atmosphere. restore r . e . s . t . o . r . e . restore.
restore means return to its original or usable and functioning condition. Restore the forest
to its original pristine condition. restrict r . e . s . t . r . i . c . t . restrict.
restrict means place restrictions on. place under restrictions; limit access to. He feels
this new law will restrict his freedom. restricted r . e . s . t . r . i . c . t . e
. d . restricted. restricted means subject to restriction or subjected to restriction.
Freedom of speech is restricted in some countries. restriction r . e . s . t . r . i . c . t
. i . o . n . restriction. restriction means a principle that limits the extent of something.
I am willing to accept certain restrictions on my movements.
result r . e . s . u . l . t . result. result means a statement that solves a problem or
explains how to solve the problem. He computed the result to four decimal places.
retain r . e . t . a . i . n . retain. retain means allow to remain in a place or position.
We cannot retain several servants any longer. retire r . e . t . i . r . e . retire. retire
means go into retirement; stop performing one's work or withdraw from one's position.
People in this country are generally expected to retire at the age of 65.
retired r . e . t . i . r . e . d . retired. retired means no longer active in your work
or profession. He retired after 45 years with the same company.
retirement r . e . t . i . r . e . m . e . n . t . retirement. retirement means the state
of being retired from one's business or occupation. I have started to save for my retirement fund.
return r . e . t . u . r . n . return. return means come back to place where one has been
before, or return to a previous activity. I enjoyed the book and said so when I returned
it. reveal r . e . v . e . a . l . reveal. reveal
means make visible. He reveals the best in her.
reverse r . e . v . e . r . s . e . reverse. reverse means a relation of direct opposition.
We thought Sue was older than Bill but just the reverse was true.
review r . e . v . i . e . w . review. review means look at again; examine again. Let's
review your situation. revise r . e . v . i . s . e . revise. revise
means revise or reorganize, especially for the purpose of updating and improving. We
must revise the town's economy. revision r . e . v . i . s . i . o . n . revision.
revision means the act of revising or altering involving reconsideration and modification.
It would require a drastic revision of his opinion.
revolution r . e . v . o . l . u . t . i . o . n . revolution. revolution means a drastic
and far-reaching change in ways of thinking and behaving. The industrial revolution was
also a cultural revolution. reward r . e . w . a . r . d . reward. reward
means a recompense for worthy acts or retribution for wrongdoing. The rewards of all your
hard work in the garden are easy to see. rhythm r . h . y . t . h . m . rhythm. rhythm
means the basic rhythmic unit in a piece of music. The children were jumping around in
time to the thumping reggae rhythm. rice r . i . c . e . rice. rice means grains
used as food either unpolished or more often polished. We need a larger container to keep
our rice in. rich r . i . c . h . rich. rich means possessing
material wealth. Her father is extremely rich. rid r . i . d . rid. rid means relieve from.
Rid the house of pests. ride r . i . d . e . ride. ride means sit
and travel on the back of animal, usually while controlling its motions. Did you ever
ride a camel? riding r . i . d . i . n . g . riding. riding
means the sport of siting on the back of a horse while controlling its movements. I hate
riding my bicycle behind cars and breathing in the fumes from their exhaust.
rider r . i . d . e . r . rider. rider means a traveler who actively rides a vehicle as
a bicycle or motorcycle. The rider got a flat tire, which cost him almost two minutes in
the race. ridiculous r . i . d . i . c . u . l . o . u
. s . ridiculous. ridiculous means incongruous; inviting ridicule. It is ridiculous to call
a cottage a mansion. right r . i . g . h . t . right. right means
free from error; especially conforming to fact or truth. Leave me alone right now, I
am too angry to even speak to you. rightly r . i . g . h . t . l . y . rightly.
rightly means with honesty. He was rightly considered the greatest singer of his time.
ring r . i . n . g . ring. ring means a characteristic sound. It has the ring of sincerity.
rise r . i . s . e . rise. rise means a growth in strength or number or importance. An increase
in taxes has resulted in a corresponding rise in prices.
risk r . i . s . k . risk. risk means a source of danger; a possibility of incurring loss
or misfortune. Drinking alcohol is a health risk.
rival r . i . v . a . l . rival. rival means the contestant you hope to defeat. He had
respect for his rivals. river r . i . v . e . r . river. river means
a large natural stream of water larger than a creek. The river was navigable for 50 miles.
road r . o . a . d . road. road means an open way generally public for travel or transportation.
We had to take an alternate route to the airport because of the road construction.
rob r . o . b . rob. rob means take something away by force or without the consent of the
owner. The burglars robbed him of all his money.
rock r . o . c . k . rock. rock means a lump or mass of hard consolidated mineral matter.
He threw a rock at me. role r . o . l . e . role. role means the
actions and activities assigned to or required or expected of a person or group. Socialization
equips the individual to handle societal roles. roll r . o . l . l . roll. roll means rotary
motion of an object around its own axis. Don't leave the car in neutral when you park or
it could roll down the hill. romantic r . o . m . a . n . t . i . c . romantic.
romantic means belonging to or characteristic of romanticism or the Romantic Movement in
the arts. His girlfriend put on some romantic music, turned down the lights, and kissed him.
roof r . o . o . f . roof. roof means a protective covering that covers or forms the top of a
building. A small stone cottage with a red slate roof.
room r . o . o . m . room. room means an area within a building enclosed by walls and floor
and ceiling. The rooms were very small but they had a nice view.
root r . o . o . t . root. root means the usually underground organ that lacks buds
or leaves or nodes; absorbs water and mineral salts; usually it anchors the plant to the
ground. The roots of Bonsai trees are constantly trimmed to keep the trees from growing very
big. rope r . o . p . e . rope. rope means a strong
line. He tied the rope around his waist. rose r . o . s . e . rose. rose means any
of many shrubs of the genus Rosa that bear roses. A bunch of yellow roses.
rough r . o . u . g . h . rough. rough means having or caused by an irregular surface.
Trees with rough bark. roughly r . o . u . g . h . l . y . roughly.
roughly means imprecise but fairly close to correct. It will cost roughly one hundred
dollars. round r . o . u . n . d . round. round means
having a circular shape. He declared that the earth goes round the sun.
route r . o . u . t . e . route. route means an established line of travel or access. All routes out
of the city were blocked with traffic after the volcano erupted.
routine r . o . u . t . i . n . e . routine. routine means an unvarying or habitual method
or procedure. Her dance routine was the highlight of the evening.
row r . o . w . row. row means an arrangement of objects or people side by side in a line.
A row of chairs. royal r . o . y . a . l . royal. royal means
of or relating to or indicative of or issued or performed by a king or queen or other monarch.
She claims that she is descended from royalty, but I've never heard of this prince she says
she's related to. rub r . u . b . rub. rub means move over something
with pressure. The little girl woke up, and rubbed her eyes sleepily.
rubber r . u . b . b . e . r . rubber. rubber means an elastic material obtained from the
latex sap of trees especially trees of the genera Hevea and Ficus that can be vulcanized
and finished into a variety of products. Find someone who owns a pair of rubber boots.
rude r . u . d . e . rude. rude means socially incorrect in behavior. My mum always thought
it was terribly rude to leave the table without being excused.
rudely r . u . d . e . l . y . rudely. rudely means in an impolite manner. We are not accustomed
to being treated so rudely ruin r . u . i . n . ruin. ruin means destroy
completely; damage irreparably. You have ruined my car by pouring sugar in the tank!
ruined r . u . i . n . e . d . ruined. ruined means destroyed physically or morally. She ruined her
new dress when she accidentally spilt nail polish on it.
rule r . u . l . e . rule. rule means a principle or condition that customarily governs behavior.
It was his rule to take a walk before breakfast. ruler r . u . l . e . r . ruler. ruler means
measuring stick consisting of a strip of wood or metal or plastic with a straight edge that
is used for drawing straight lines and measuring lengths. A 12-inch ruler.
rumor r . u . m . o . r . rumor. rumor means gossip usually a mixture of truth and untruth
passed around by word of mouth. The actor is rumored to be having a relationship with
a British pop singer. run r . u . n . run. run means move fast by
using one's feet, with one foot off the ground at any given time. Don't run. You'll be out
of breath. running r . u . n . n . i . n . g . running.
running means the act of running; traveling on foot at a fast pace. He broke into a running.
runner r . u . n . n . e . r . runner. runner means someone who travels on foot by running.
He is such a strong runner that he should be able to win this race with ease.
rural r . u . r . a . l . rural. rural means living in or characteristic of farming or
country life. An economy that is basically rural.
rush r . u . s . h . rush. rush means step on it. He rushed down the hall to receive
his guests. Thanks for watching! This is all for section
18: Words starting with R. You can move on to section 19 : Words starting with S. We'll
see you next time. Goodbye!


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