Words That Start With Re: Enhance Your Vocabulary Easily

Discover a variety of words starting with “re” and learn how they can enhance your vocabulary and communication skills.

  1. Realign- Adjust or position again.
  2. React- Respond to something.
  3. Readjust- Alter slightly to fit or work better.
  4. Realize- Become fully aware of something.
  5. Reap- Harvest, such as crops.
  6. Rearrange- Change the arrangement of.
  7. Reason- Think, understand, and form judgments by logic.
  8. Reassemble- Come or bring together again.
  9. Rebel- Resist authority, control, or convention.
  10. Rebuild- Build (something) again after it has been damaged or destroyed.
  11. Recall- Bring (a fact, event, or situation) back into one’s mind.
  12. Recast- Cast or mold (something) again.
  13. Recede- Go or move back or further away from a previous position.
  14. Receive- Be given, presented with, or paid (something).
  15. Recharge- Regain energy or spirit.
  16. Reckon- Establish by counting or calculation.
  17. Reclaim- Retrieve or recover (something previously lost, given, or paid).
  18. Recline- Lean or lie back in a relaxed position.
  19. Recognize- Identify (someone or something) from having encountered them before.
  20. Recommend- Put forward (someone or something) with approval.
  21. Reconcile- Restore friendly relations between.
  22. Reconfigure- Arrange differently.
  23. Record- Set down in writing or some other permanent form.
  24. Recount- Tell someone about something; give an account of an event or experience.
  25. Recover- Return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength.
  26. Recreate- Create again.
  27. Recycle- Convert waste into reusable material.
  28. Redeem- Compensate for the faults or bad aspects of something.
  29. Redesign- Design (something) again in a different way.
  30. Redirect- Direct (someone or something) to a different place or purpose.
  31. Rediscover- Discover (something lost or forgotten) again.
  32. Redistribute- Distribute (something) differently or again, usually to achieve greater social equality.
  33. Reduce- Make smaller or less in amount, degree, or size.
  34. Reef- A ridge of jagged rock, coral, or sand just above or below the surface of the sea.
  35. Reek- Smell strongly and unpleasantly; stink.
  36. Reevaluate- Appraise or assess again.
  37. Reexamine- Examine or assess again.
  38. Refashion- Fashion or make (something) again or differently.
  39. Refer- Mention or allude to.
  40. Refine- Remove impurities or unwanted elements from (a substance).
  41. Reflect- Throw back (heat, light, or sound) without absorbing it.
  42. Reform- Make changes in (something, typically a social, political, or economic institution or practice) in order to improve it.
  43. Refresh- Give new strength or energy to; reinvigorate.
  44. Refuel- Add fuel to (a vehicle, aircraft, etc.).
  45. Refurbish- Renovate and redecorate (something, especially a building).
  46. Refuse- Indicate or show that one is not willing to do something.
  47. Regain- Obtain possession or use of (something, typically something lost or taken away) again.
  48. Regenerate- Regrow (new tissue) to replace lost or injured tissue.
  49. Regulate- Control or maintain the rate or speed of (a machine or process) so that it operates properly.
  50. Rehabilitate- Restore (someone) to health or normal life by training and therapy after imprisonment, addiction, or illness.
  51. Reign- Hold royal office; rule as king or queen.
  52. Reimburse- Repay (a person who has spent or lost money).
  53. Reiterate- Say something again or a number of times, typically for emphasis or clarity.
  54. Rejoin- Join together again; reunite.
  55. Rejuvenate- Make (someone or something) look or feel younger, fresher, or more lively.
  56. Rekindle- Revive (something that has been lost).
  57. Relapse- Deteriorate after a period of improvement.
  58. Relate- Show or establish a connection between.
  59. Relax- Make or become less tense or anxious.
  60. Release- Allow or enable to escape from confinement.
  61. Relent- Abandon or mitigate a harsh intention or cruel treatment.
  62. Relevant- Closely connected or appropriate to what is being done or considered.
  63. Reliability- The quality of being trustworthy or of performing consistently well.
  64. Relieve- Cause (pain, distress, or difficulty) to become less severe or serious.
  65. Relinquish- Voluntarily cease to keep or claim; give up.
  66. Relish- Great enjoyment.
  67. Remain- Continue to exist, especially after other similar or related people or things have ceased to exist.
  68. Remark- Say something as a comment; mention.
  69. Remedy- A medicine or treatment for a disease or injury.
  70. Remember- Have in or be able to bring to one’s mind an awareness of (someone or something from the past).
  71. Remind- Cause (someone) to remember someone or something.
  72. Reminisce- Indulge in enjoyable recollection of past events.
  73. Remit- Send (money) in payment or as a gift.
  74. Remodel- Change the structure or form of (something, especially a building, policy, or procedure).
  75. Remove- Take (something) away or off from the position occupied.
  76. Rend- Tear (something) into pieces.
  77. Renew- Resume (an activity) after an interruption.
  78. Renovate- Restore (something old, especially a building) to a good state of repair.
  79. Renown- The condition of being known or talked about by many people; fame.
  80. Rent- A tenant’s regular payment to a landlord for the use of property or land.
  81. Repair- Fix or mend (a thing suffering from damage or a fault).
  82. Repel- Drive or force (an attack or attacker) back or away.
  83. Repent- Feel or express sincere regret or remorse about one’s wrongdoing or sin.
  84. Replace- Take the place of.
  85. Replay- Play back (a recording on tape, video, or film).
  86. Reply- Say something in response to something someone has said.
  87. Report- Give a spoken or written account of something that one has observed, heard, done, or investigated.
  88. Repossess- Retake possession of (something) when a buyer defaults on payments.
  89. Represent- Be entitled or appointed to act or speak for (someone), especially in an official capacity.
  90. Repress- Subdue (someone or something) by force.
  91. Reprieve- Cancel or postpone the punishment of (someone, especially someone condemned to death).
  92. Reprimand- A rebuke, especially an official one.
  93. Reproduce- Produce a copy or representation of.
  94. Reprove- Reprimand or censure (someone).
  95. Request- Politely or formally ask for.
  96. Require- Need for a particular purpose.
  97. Rescue- Save (someone) from a dangerous or distressing situation.
  98. Resemble- Have a similar appearance to or qualities in common with (someone or something); look or seem like.
  99. Resent- Feel bitterness or indignation at (a circumstance, action, or person).
  100. Reserve- Refrain from using or disposing of (something); retain for future use.

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