SAT Vocabulary Words

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SAT Vocabulary Words for 12th September :

  1. Regulation (n): rule, order, adjustment


  2. Rehabilitate (v): bring back to the former position


  3. Rehearsal (n): a private practice of drama, music etc, before performance in public


  4. Reign (n): period of rule


  5. Reign (v): rule, predominate


  6. Reimburse (v): make good by paying back


  7. Reimburse (n): reimbursement


  8. Rein (n): long narrow strap attached to a bridle


  9. Rein (v): control guide


  10. Reincarnation (n): re-embodiment


  11. Reindeer (n): a variety of large deer


  12. Reinforce (v): to support and strengthen


  13. Reinstate (v): replace in the former state


  14. Reiterate (v): repeat again and again


  15. Reject (v): refuse to accept, exclude


  16. Rejoice (v): delight, exult


  17. Rejoicing (n): joy, happiness


  18. Rejoicing (pl.): a celebration, merry-making


  19. Rejoin (v): to join again, to answer to a reply


  20. Rejoinder (n): an answer to a reply


  21. Rejuvenate (v): make young again


  22. Rejuvenate (n): rejuvenation


  23. Relapse (v): revert


  24. Relapse (n): reversion


  25. Relapsing fever (n): a fever recurring again and again


  26. Relate (v): tell, narrate, point out connection


  27. Related (adj.): of the same family allied


  28. Relation (n): a narration, connection, kindred


  29. Relative (adj.): having relation


  30. Relative (n): a kinsman


  31. Relativity (n): comparison


  32. Relax (v): to weaken, become less stiff, to make less severe, slacken


  33. Relay (n): transmission in successive stages


  34. Relay (v): lay again


  35. Release (n): discharge liberation, act of exhibiting for the first time (a film) to the public


  36. Relegate (v): banish, to put away or lower


  37. Relentless (adj.): merciless, without pity


  38. Relevance (n): being to the point, pertinence, obvious relation


  39. Relevant (adj.): pertinent, connected


  40. Reliable (adj.): trustworthy


  41. Reliable (n): reliability


  42. Reliance (n): trust, confidence


  43. Relic (n): residue, reminiscence


  44. Relict (n): window


  45. Relief (n): removal of pain, distress, aid, taking the place of a person on duty, raised above the curved surface


  46. Relieve (v): lighten, ease; take over charge


  47. Religion (n): one of the systems of faith and worship


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