word power made easy (r1)

  • Ramble(V): take a walk, go for a walk, roam, wander  Whenever I go to my village I have a pleasant ramble through the  country side.
  • Ramification(N): consequence, aftermath, outcome, implication These changes are bound to have widespread social ramifications
  • Rampage(V): rush or run wildly, go berserk, rush about in a range  The mob went on the rampage looting and smashing the  windows.
  • Rampant(Adj): uncontrolled, spreading like wildfire, growing rancid. Terrorism is rampant in the world.
  • Rancid(Adj): rotten, stinking, state, bad smelling In hot weather butter soon becomes rancid
  • Rancor(N): bitterness hatred, deep and long lasting feeling of bitterness  Inspite of my apologies, she still has a feeling of rancor.
  • Rapacious(Adj): excessively grasping, greedy The owner of the hotel was rapacious man.
  • Ransack(V): plunder, rid, rummage through, search a place thoroughly  To steal everything She ransacked the whole house to find her lost keys. Mohammed Ghazni ransacked the some\anath temple.
  • Rapport(N): emotional closeness, harmony  Having known each other for a long time they have an excellent rapport.
  • Ratify(V): approve formally, confirm  The treaty was ratified  by all the members of the state.
  • Rapture(N): ecstacy, elation, euphoria Her heart was filled with rapture when she got a job in an MNC.
  • Ravage(V): plunder, despoil, destroy, demolish, damage His health was gradually ravaged by drink and drugs.
  • Ravenous(Adj): extremely hungry, starving, voracious I am absolutely ravenous you must give me something to eat
  • Raze(V): destroy completely, pull down, demolish The village was razed to the ground
  • Realm(N): kingdom, region  I suppose it is not beyond the realms of possibility.
  • Rebellious (Adj): disobedient, unruly, disorderly   It is very difficult to control the rebellious students in the class
  •  Rebuke(V): scold harshly, criticize severely Members of the jury were sharply rebuked for leaking    information to the press.
  • Recalcitrant(Adj): obstinately stubborn, unruly, not willing to accept rules The recalcitrant child wouldn’t listen to the implorations of its mother.
  • Recapitulate(V): summarize, repeat Let us recapitulate the main points once again
  • Recluse(N): hermit, one who lives alone and avoids other people She became a recluse after her two sons murdered.
  • Recuperate(V): recover The doctors said that she would recuperate from her illness in two Months
  • Reconcile(V): become friendly after  quarrel On his father’s advice Mohan decided to reconcile with his wife
  • Recurrent(Adj): occurring again and again  Negligence resulted in recurrence of the mistakes
  • Redress(N): remedy compensation; set right The government is taking a number of steps to redress the   grievances of the Harijans
  • Redundant(Adj): superfluous, extra, not needed  His style of writing is redundant
  • Refrain(V): abstain from Please refrain from smoking in this area
  • Refurbish(V): renovate The Grandhotel has been completely refurbished
  • Refute(V): disprove, to prove that a statement or idea is incorrect   I refuted all their arguments
  • Regale(V): entertain He regaled us with the stories of his youth

 

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