Thanksgiving Vocabulary

English Vocabulary Index

Thanksgiving Vocabulary for 18th September :

  1. Retail (v): sell in small quantities


  2. Retail (n): sale of goods in small quantities


  3. Retain (v): withhold, detain, employ, hire, preserve


  4. Retainer (n): a servant, attendant


  5. Retaliate (v): repay, revenge, returned the like for


  6. Retaliate (n): retaliation


  7. Retard (v): to cause so move slowly, delay


  8. Retch (v): try to vomit


  9. Retention (n): retaining memory, restraint


  10. Reticent (adj.): not saying much shy in speaking


  11. Retina (n): the inner membrane at the back of the eyeball which is sensitive to light


  12. Retire (v): with draw, depart, go back, give up occupation, go to bed


  13. Retired (adj.): secluded, withdrawn from active service


  14. Retired (n): retirement


  15. Retort (n): a ready answer, a vessel used for distillation


  16. Retort (v): answer sharply


  17. Retrace (v): trace or go back


  18. Retract (v): draw back, to make a disavowal


  19. Retreat (v): recede, retire


  20. Retreat (n): withdrawal, retirement, shelter


  21. Retrench (v): reduce, cut down


  22. Retrieve (v): get possession again, repair


  23. Retrieve (adj.): retrievable


  24. Retrograde (adj.): moving backward, deteriorating


  25. Retrospect (n): a looking back, the past


  26. Retrospective (adj.): applicable to the past


  27. Retrospective (adv.): retrospectively


  28. Return (v): turn back, revisit, recur


  29. Return (n): going back, repayment, profit, report


  30. Reunion (n): a meeting after separation


  31. Reveal (v): make known, divulge


  32. Reveille (n): a bell to waken soldiers in the morning


  33. Revel (v): make merry, indulge heartily in, a noisy feast


  34. Revelry (n): noisy, festivity, jollity


  35. Revenge (v): to take vengeance for


  36. Revenge (n): vengeance


  37. Revenue (n): income


  38. Reverberate (v): to echo


  39. Revere (v): venerate, reverence


  40. Reverence (n): veneration, respect, for elders


  41. Reverend (adj.): venerable, awful, worthy of respect


  42. Reverent (adj.): humble, expressing, reverence


  43. Reverential (adj.): humble, expressing, reverence


  44. Revere (n): a waking dream


  45. Reversal (n): reversing, turning upside down, annulling


  46. Reverse (v): to turn upside down or inside out


  47. Reverse (n): the opposite, a defeat, the back side of anything


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