Word List / R :.
1. racetred (rās'trĭd)
- a. (n.) Hatred for someone because of their race.
2. radicalotion (răd'ĭ-kəl-ō'shən)
- a. (n.) The aftermath of applying pressure to a clogged bottle of lotion.
3. radilicious (rād'ĭ-lĭsh'əs)
- a. (adj.) To say something is astoundingly excellent while being tasty and attractive.
Example: "Your lips were radilicious last night." "We are going to have a radilicious time at this new restaurant."
4. radish (răd'ĭsh)
- a. (adj.) Awesome; cool; somewhat radical.
5. raisnohaisun (rā'snō-hā'sŭn)
- a. (n.) A mixture of rain, snow, hail and sun.
Example: The weather man on this station always covers his bases by declaring that there will be raisnohaisun tomorrow. When will they ever fire him?
6. rakel (rāk'əl)
- a. (n.) a combination rake and shovel; all-in-one gardening tool.
7. ramblehouse (răm'bəl-hăüs)
- a. (v.) To hobnob or schmooze, generally used in reference to political functions.
8. rampriot (rămp-rī'ət)
- a. (n.) Free-for-all that erupts as soon the flight attendant utters the phrase, "please remain in your seats until the plane has come to a complete stop."
9. randomosity (răn-də-mŏs'ĭ-tē)
- a. (n.) Something displaying the state or quality of being very random.
10. realizement (rē'ə-līz'mənt)
- a. (n.) A revelation, an epiphany. Something becomes clear or understood after being previously puzzling.
In his realizement, he found the error in his homework.
My realizement is that you are wearing a wig!
11. rebootilence (rē-büt-ĕ'ləns)
- a. (n.) An uncomfortable amount of time one has to wait while rebooting their computer.
- b. (n.) Any uncomfortable period of time taken to restart one's computer while one is on the phone with technical support.
12. recursive (rĭ-kûr'sĭv')
- a. (adj.) See recursive (adj).
13. rediculadundent (rĭ-dĭk'yə-lə-dŭn-dənt)
- a. (adj.) Having done or said something stupid over and over again.
Everyday that it rains on my way to work I step in the same puddle! It's got to be the most rediculadundent thing I do.
Dude, face it; you can't dance. Getting out on the dance floor again would be pretty dang rediculadundent!
14. rediculous (rē-dĭk'yü-ləs)
- a. (adj.) Slightly more than ridiculous.
15. redogdant (rĭ-dōg'dənt)
- a. (adj.) Describing the behavior of naming one's new dog after their old, and now passed, dog.
16. redonculous (rĭ-dŏng'kyü'ləs)
- a. (adj.) Excessively ridiculous; Head-smacking ridiculous.
Example: John smacked his head as he exclaimed, "That's redonculous!"
17. reflectuate (rĭ-flĕch'ü-āt')
- a. (v.) To fall in love with oneself or one's reflection.
18. reflectuous (rĭ-flĕch'ü-əs)
- a. (adj.) Used to describe someone who spends too much time in front of the mirror.
19. regifter (rē-gĭf'tər)
- a. (n.) One who gives a gift to another that originally was given to oneself.
20. reilliterate (rē-ĭ-lĭt'ər-āt')
- a. (v.) To explain over and over, until the audience has no idea what you're talking about.
21. reintarnation (rē'ĭn-tär-nā'shən)
- a. (n.) Coming back to life as a hillbilly.
22. relicious (rĕ-lĭsh'əs)
- a. (adj.) Religiously devoted to relics, to the preservation of the past.
Nothing in contemporary life carries meaning for him. He is a deeply relicious person, not simply nostalgic.
Some people think that Eastern Orthodox spirituality is more relicious than truly religious.
23. remaindeer (rĭ-mān'dîr)
- a. (n.) Any leftover venison.
24. rememberful (rĭ-mĕm'bər-fəl)
- a. (adj.) Tending to, or likely to remember; antonym to forgetful.
25. Remembruary (rĭ-mĕm'brü-ĕr'ĭ)
- a. (n.) The relative last month, or reoccurrence of the first month of the year in which people forget to transition into the following year. Often this period ends relative to the person's psychological ability to progress into the new year. This month is known to last as little as an hour and as much as several years in some rare cases.
Example: "It's January 14th, and I'm still signing my checks with last year's date, it takes me a few weeks to get past Remembruary!"