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 rabbi
 
1000    
hebrew doctor, teacher, master
 rabbit
 
1000    
cony
 rabble
 
1000    
mob, rout, rabble-rout, tumultuous crowd of vulgar people; confused, disorderly crowd
 rabid
 
1000    
furious, raging, mad
 raca
 
1000    
fool, beggar, worthless fellow
 race
 
1000    
generation, lineage, stock, breed, family, line, house, kindred
 race-course
 
1000    
ring, racing ground
 race-horse
 
1000    
racer, blood-horse, thorough-bred horse
 racer
 
1000    
runner
 rachitic
 
1000    
rickety
 rachitis
 
1000    
rickets, inflammation of the spine
 rack
 
1000    
torture, torment, anguish, agony, pang, extreme pain
 racket
 
1000    
uproar, clamor, hubbub, tumult, din, noise, outcry, disturbance
 racket-court
 
1000    
tennis-court
 racy
 
1000    
that tastes of the soil, of a peculiar flavor, pungent, flavorous, fine-flavored, rich, piquant, strong
 raddle
 
1000    
interweave, twist together
 radiance
 
1000    
brilliance, brilliancy, lustre, brightness, splendor, resplendence, effulgence, refulgence, glare, glitter, shine, glister
 radiant
 
1000    
beaming, shining, brilliant, splendid, resplendent, effulgent, sparkling, lustrous, glittering, luminous, glorious
 radiata
 
1000    
radiate animals, rayed animals
 radiate
 
1000    
shine, gleam, emit rays, beam, glitter
 radiated
 
1000    
radiate
 radiation
 
1000    
irradiance, irradiation, emission of rays, beamy brightness
 radical
 
1000    
original, fundamental, organic, constitutional, native, natural, innate, essential, ingrained, deep-seated
 radically
 
1000    
fundamentally
 radicate
 
1000    
deeply rooted, firmly established
 radicle
 
1000    
rootlet
 radix
 
1000    
root, radical, etymon, primitive word
 raff-merchant
 
1000    
lumber-merchant
 rag
 
1000    
shred, tatter, fragment, bit, patch
 rag-baby
 
1000    
moppet, mopsey
 ragamuffin
 
1000    
tatterdemalion, mean fellow, wretch, paltry fellow
 rage
 
1000    
fury, frenzy, wrath, vehemence, excitement, passion, madness, raving, violent anger, furor
 ragged
 
1000    
tattered, torn, rent
 raging
 
1000    
furious, enraged, infuriate, infuriated, incensed, very angry
 raid
 
1000    
invasion, inroad, foray, irruption, hostile incursion
 raider
 
1000    
invader
 railing
 
1000    
vituperation, abuse, scolding, reviling, contumely, reproach, invective, aspersion, censure
 raillery
 
1000    
banter, irony, slight ridicule, good-humored satire, pleasantry, joke, satirical merriment, jesting language
 railroad
 
1000    
railway
 raiment
 
1000    
clothes, clothing, dress, attire, apparel, vesture, vestments, garments, habiliment, habit, garb, costume, array
 rain-gauge
 
1000    
pluviameter, ombrometer, udometer
 rainbow
 
1000    
iris
 rainy
 
1000    
showery, wet, moist
 raise
 
1000    
lift, uplift, set up, raise up, make upright
 raisin
 
1000    
dried grape
 rake
 
1000    
libertine, debauchee, man of pleasure rouã©
 rakish
 
1000    
lewd, debauched, dissolute, licentious
 rally
 
1000    
reunite, restore to order
 ram
 
1000    
male sheep
 ramble
 
1000    
rove, wander, stroll, range, roam, straggle, stray
 rambling
 
1000    
strolling, rambling, wandering, straggling, irregular
 ramification
 
1000    
branching, forking, divarication
 ramify
 
1000    
separate into branches
 rammer
 
1002    
ramrod, gun-stick
 ramose
 
1000    
branched, branchy
 ramp
 
1000    
leap, spring, bound
 rampancy
 
1000    
exuberance, extravagance, excessive prevalence
 rampant
 
1000    
rank, exuberant, luxuriant, wanton, excessive
 rampart
 
1000    
bulwark, defence, fence, security, guard, fortification
 ramrod
 
1000    
rammer, gun-stick
 rancid
 
1000    
rank, fetid, musty, fusty, strong-smelling, sour, tainted
 rancor
 
1000    
malignity, malice, malevolence, spite, venom, gall, grudge, ill-will, hate, hatred, enmity, animosity, vindictiveness, bitterness
 rancorous
 
1000    
malignant, malign, vindictive, malevolent, malicious, bitter, spiteful, virulent
 random
 
1000    
chance, casual, fortuitous, stray, wandering
 range
 
1000    
row, rank, line, tier, file
 rank
 
1000    
luxuriant, vigorous, exuberant, over-abundant, high-growing, strong in growth
 rankle
 
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fester, be inflamed
 rankling
 
1000    
festering
 rankly
 
1000    
luxuriantly, with vigorous growth
 rankness
 
1000    
luxuriance, excess, extravagance
 ransack
 
1000    
plunder, pillage, sack, ravage, rifle, strip
 ransom
 
1000    
price of redemption
 rant
 
1000    
spout, declaim, rave (in high-sounding phrases), vociferate, mouth, tear a passion to tatters
 ranting
 
1000    
declamatory, theatrical, bombastic
 ranunculus
 
1000    
crowfoot, buttercup
 rap
 
1000    
knock, stroke, pat, thump, thwack, smart blow
 rapacious
 
1000    
raptorial, preying, predaceous
 rapacity
 
1000    
ravenousness, rapaciousness, voraciousness, voracity, avidity, canine appetite
 rape
 
1000    
violation, defloration, constupration, ravishment, defilement, carnal knowledge of a woman
 rape-cake
 
1000    
refuse or marc of rape-seed
 rape-oil
 
1000    
colza-oil, oil of rape-seed
 rape-seed
 
1000    
seed of the rape or french turnip
 rapid
 
1000    
swift, quick, fleet, fast
 rapidity
 
1000    
swiftness, quickness, celerity, velocity, rapidness, haste, speed, fleetness, agility
 rapidly
 
1000    
swiftly, fast, quickly, expeditiously
 rapidness
 
1000    
celerity, swiftness, velocity, rapidity, speed
 rapier
 
1000    
small sword
 rapine
 
1000    
plunder, pillage, spoliation, robbery, depredation
 rapt
 
1000    
enraptured, transported, ravished, entranced, charmed, delighted, enchanted, fascinated, spell-bound, inspired
 raptores
 
1000    
raptors, raptorials, birds of prey accipitres
 raptorial
 
1000    
preying, rapacious, raptorious
 raptorious
 
1000    
preying, raptorial
 raptors
 
1000    
raptores, raptorials, birds of prey accipitres
 rapture
 
1000    
transport, ecstasy, ravishment, beatitude, beatification, bliss, great happiness, heavenly joy
 rapturous
 
1000    
ecstatic, ravishing, transporting
 rare
 
1000    
sparse, thinly scattered
 rarefy
 
1000    
make rarer, make less dense, make thin, make porous
 rarely
 
1000    
seldom, not often
 rareness
 
1000    
thinness, tenuity, rarity
 rarity
 
1000    
thinness, tenuity, rareness

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