Synonyms ( R )

Race

( Noun )

The future world will be full of only fixed races
Synonyms: 
Tribe; Blood; Bread; Clan; Progeny; People; Family; Caste; Nation; Ethnic group 


Racy

( Adjective )

No one likes his racy style of speaking. 
Synonyms: 
Flavorful; Rich; Spicy; Spirited; Poignant; Lively 


Radical

( Adjective )

What we need is a radical change in this scheme. 
Synonyms: 
Basic; Complete; Entire; Essential; Native; Extreme; Natural; Primitive; Thorough; Total; Perfect; Positive; Innate 


Raise

( Verb )

We did our best to raise the sunken ship to the surface, but in vain. 
Synonyms: 
Lift; Hoist; Exalt; Increase; Collect; Grow; Breed; Cultivate; Develop; Nature; Elevate; Uplift 


Rare

( Adjective )

It is very rare for her to arrive late to school. 
Synonyms: 
Curious; Odd; Peculiar; Scarce; Unique; Infrequent; Remarkable; Unusual; Uncommon; Precious; Incomparable 


Rash

( Adjective )

We do not need a rash young man. 
Synonyms: 
Hasty; Venturesome; Foolhardy; Indiscretions; Reckless; Precipitate; Incaution 


Rate

( Verb )

Do you rate Mr. Raja among your friends? 
Synonyms: 
Appraise; Compute; Estimate; Reckon; Assess; Price 


Ration

( Noun )
Go and draw ration
Synonyms: 
Allotment; Dole; Measure; Provision; Quota; Part; Portion; Share 


Ready

( Adjective )

Are you ready to come with us to cinema? 
Synonyms: 
Quick; Speedy; Alert; Prepared; Disposed; Willing; Set


Readiness

( Noun )

Have everything in readiness to have an early start. 
Synonyms: 
Promptitude; Willingness; Eagerness; Alacrity; Quickness


Real

( Adjective )

Things that happen in real life are stranger than the things happen in fiction. 
Synonyms: 
Actual; Demonstrable; Genuine; True; Positive; Developed; Veritable; Essential; Certain 


Reasoning

( Adjective )
He surpasses most of us in power of reasoning. 
Synonyms: 
Rationale; Thinking; Logic; Analysis; Exposition; Generalization


Rebellion

( Noun )

The first rebellion against the dictator moved all of us. 
Synonyms: 
Sedition; Insurgence; Disobedience; Heresy; Mutiny; Uprising; Insurrection; Revolt 


Recalcitrant

( Adjective )

The recalcitrant tendency of the workers resulted in loss of job for many workers. 
Synonyms: 
Contrary; Defiant; Insubordinate; Intractable; Obstinate; Refractory; Stubborn; Uncontrollable; Unmanageable; Unruly; Unwilling; Wayward; Willful 


Recover

( Verb )

I doubt whether he will recover
Synonyms: 
Heal; Improve; Recapture; Recoup; Redeem; Restore; Recruit; Reposes; Retrieve; Regain; Resume; Cure 


Refuse

( Verb )

They refused me permission to enter the music festival. 
Synonyms: 
Veto; Renounce; Withhold; Decline; Exclude; Deny; Repudiate 


Release

( Verb )

This medicine will release your father from his sufferings. 
Synonyms: 
Disentangle; Exempt; Liberate; Unloose; Relieve; Free; Disengage; Extricate; Emancipate 


Remarkable

( Adjective )

He is a boy who is remarkable for his stupidity. 
Synonyms: 
Extraordinary; Conspicuous; Striking; Famous; Noticeable; Strange; Distinguished


Reluctant

( Adjective )

He seemed reluctant to help us now. 
Synonyms: 
Unwilling; Averse; Slow; Opposed; Indisposed; Backward


Repeal

( Verb )

The Commission repealed the rule which was brought into force by the Divisional Manager. 
Synonyms: 
Abolish; Revoke; Nullify; Reverse; Annul; Rescind 


Repentance

( Noun )

It is a crime to show rependance to him for his involvement in this looting. 
Synonyms: 
Contrition; Regret; Compunction; Sorrow; Penitence; Grief 


Resign

( Verb )

He resigned his post from the Cabinet. 
Synonyms: 
Renounce; Yield; Abandon; Quit; Leave; Surrender; Abdicate


Respect

( Noun )

The Prime Minister is held in the highest respect
Synonyms: 
Esteem; Regard; Consideration; Accept 


Retain

( Verb )

This dyke was duilt to retain the flood water. 
Synonyms: 
Employ; Contain; Grip; Maintain; Preserve; Memories; Recall; Recollect; Engage; Maintain; Keep; Hold 


Riddle

( Noun )

I do not know the answer to this riddle. 
Synonyms: 
Mystery; Puzzle; Problem; Paradox; Enigma 


Risk

( Noun )

To succeed in business, one must be prepared to run risks
Synonyms: 
Hazard; Jeopardize; Venture; Peril; Danger; Imperil; Stake; Endanger 


Rot

( Verb )

One of the pieces had rotted off. 
Synonyms: 
Decay; Corrode; Faster; Perish; Decompose; Putrefy


 Rough

( Adjective )

Keep away from the rough quarter of the town to have a peaceful life. 
Synonyms: 
Severe; Course; Irregular; Blunt; Indelicate; Hard; Tough; Difficult; Uneven 


Rude

( Adjective )

It is rude to interrupt at people. 
Synonyms: 
Discourteous; Impudent; Unmannerly; Saucy; Churlish; Impertinent; Impolite 


 

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