Words That Start With Ra: Learn and Expand Your Vocabulary

Discover a variety of words that start with “ra” to enhance your vocabulary and understanding of the English language.

  1. Rabble- A disorderly crowd; a mob.
  2. Racer- One who races or competes in a race.
  3. Racket- A loud, confusing noise or an implement used in sports.
  4. Radiant- Emitting rays of light; bright or shining.
  5. Raft- A flat structure for transport over water.
  6. Rage- Violent, uncontrollable anger.
  7. Raid- A sudden attack or incursion into enemy territory.
  8. Rail- A bar extending from one post or support to another.
  9. Rain- Condensed moisture from clouds that falls to the earth.
  10. Raise- To lift or move to a higher position.
  11. Rally- To come together again to renew an effort.
  12. Ramble- To walk or talk aimlessly or idly.
  13. Ramp- An inclined surface connecting two levels.
  14. Random- Made or done without method or decision.
  15. Range- The area over which something occurs or is effective.
  16. Rank- A position in a hierarchy or scale.
  17. Ransom- Payment demanded for the release of a captive.
  18. Rant- To speak loudly and aggressively.
  19. Rapid- Fast, quick, or swift.
  20. Rapport- A friendly, harmonious relationship.
  21. Rare- Infrequently occurring; uncommon.
  22. Rascal- A mischievous person; a scamp.
  23. Rash- An outbreak of red spots on the skin or acting without careful consideration.
  24. Raspberry- A soft, red fruit or a derisive sound made by protruding the tongue.
  25. Ratify- To approve or confirm officially.
  26. Ratio- The quantitative relation between two amounts.
  27. Rattle- A sound made by small objects shaking together.
  28. Rave- To talk passionately or wildly; a highly enthusiastic recommendation.
  29. Ravel- To untangle or unravel.
  30. Raven- A large, black bird or dark, shiny black.
  31. Ravine- A deep, narrow gorge with steep sides.
  32. Raw- Uncooked or in a natural state; not processed.
  33. Ray- A line of light or other radiation.
  34. Raze- To completely destroy or demolish.
  35. Razor- A blade used for shaving.
  36. Reach- To stretch out or extend.
  37. React- To respond to a stimulus.
  38. Read- To interpret written words.
  39. Ready- Prepared for immediate action or use.
  40. Realm- A kingdom or a field or domain of activity.
  41. Ream- 500 sheets of paper or to enlarge a hole.
  42. Reap- To harvest crops or receive as a result of effort.
  43. Rear- The back part or to raise children or animals.
  44. Reason- A basis or cause for some belief or action.
  45. Rebate- A refund or discount.
  46. Rebel- A person who resists authority or control.
  47. Rebirth- A new or second birth.
  48. Rebound- To spring back after hitting something.
  49. Rebuff- To reject bluntly or snub.
  50. Rebuild- To construct again.
  51. Recall- To remember or call back.
  52. Recap- To summarize or review.
  53. Recede- To go or move back or away.
  54. Recent- Occurring a short while ago.
  55. Recess- A break or a hidden, secluded place.
  56. Recipe- A set of instructions for preparing a dish.
  57. Reckon- To count or compute; consider or regard.
  58. Reclaim- To recover or retrieve.
  59. Recline- To lie back or rest in a leaning position.
  60. Recognize- To identify or acknowledge.
  61. Recoil- To suddenly spring or flinch back in fear, horror, or disgust.
  62. Record- To capture and store data; a document that preserves information.
  63. Recount- To narrate or describe in detail.
  64. Recover- To regain, retrieve, or reclaim.
  65. Recruit- To enlist or attract people to join.
  66. Rectangle- A four-sided figure with four right angles.
  67. Rectify- To correct or adjust.
  68. Recycle- To convert waste into reusable material.
  69. Redact- To edit for publication.
  70. Redeem- To recover or fulfill.
  71. Reduce- To make smaller or less.
  72. Reed- A tall slender-leaved plant or the vibrating part of a wind instrument.
  73. Reef- A ridge of jagged rock, coral, or sand just above or below the sea surface.
  74. Reek- To give off a strong, unpleasant odor.
  75. Reel- A cylinder on which film, wire, thread, or other flexible materials can be wound.
  76. Refit- To repair or restore.
  77. Reflect- To throw back light or heat, to give a thoughtful expression.
  78. Reform- To make changes for improvement.
  79. Refresh- To provide new vigor and energy by rest, food, or drink.
  80. Refuge- Shelter or protection from danger.
  81. Refund- Money returned to a payer.
  82. Refuse- To decline to accept or to be waste material.
  83. Regain- To acquire or get back again.
  84. Regal- Of, relating to, or suitable for a king.
  85. Regard- To consider or think of in a specified way.
  86. Regime- A government, especially an authoritarian one.
  87. Region- A large, indefinite area of part of a country.
  88. Register- To record or enroll.
  89. Regret- To feel sad or sorry about.
  90. Regular- Conforming to a standard; usual, typical.
  91. Reign- To hold royal office; rule as king or queen.
  92. Reinforce- To strengthen or support.
  93. Reject- To dismiss as inadequate, unacceptable, or faulty.
  94. Rejoice- To feel or show great joy or delight.
  95. Relate- To show or make a connection between.
  96. Relax- To make or become less tense or anxious.
  97. Release- To allow or enable to escape from confinement.
  98. Relevant- Closely connected or appropriate to what is being done or considered.
  99. Relief- A feeling of reassurance and relaxation following release from anxiety or distress.
  100. Relish- Great enjoyment.

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