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REDUNDANT (ADJ) BEYOND WHAT IS NEEDED; UNNECESSARILY REPETITIOUS IN THE PHRASE “REPEAT AGAIN” THE WORD “AGAIN” IS USUALLY REDUNDANT.
REFORM (V) TO CHANGE OR CORRECT TIA MARIA TORRES HELPS PATROLEES TO REFORM BY HELPING THEM TO LEARN THE SKILLS NEEDED TO FIND A GOOD JOB.
REFUTE (V) TO CONTRADICT; DISPROVE THE ARGUMENT THAT A SMALL COUNTRY WITH FEW NATURAL RESOURCES CANNOT BECOME A RICH COUNTRY IS REFUTED BY THE EXAMPLE OF SINGAPORE.
REGRESS (V) TO MOVE BACKWARD; RETURN TO AN EARLIER FORM WHEN ADULTS ARE UNDER STRESS, THEY SOMETIMES REGRESS TO CHILDISH BEHAVIOR.
RELEGATE (V) TO PUT IN AN INFERIOR POSITION PAUL’S POOR PERFORMANCE ON THE FINAL HISTORY EXAM RELEGATED HIM TO THE AIS CLASS THE FOLLOWING YEAR.
RELEVANT (ADJ) REFERRING TO THE MATTER UNDER CONSIDERATION AN IMPORTANT JOB OF A JUDGE IS TO DETERMINE WHAT TESTIMONY IS RELEVANT IN EACH PARTICULAR CASE.
REMEDY (V) TO CURE; CORRECT FREQUENTLY, THE BEST REMEDY FOR WHAT AILS US IS A GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP.
REMORSELESS (ADJ) HAVING NO PITY; RELENTLESS THE ADVANCE OF THE LAVA TOWARD THE TOWN WAS REMORELESS.
RENAISSANCE (N) REBIRTH; REVIVAL The Renaissance was a great time for art, the sciences, and innovation of all kinds.
RENOUNCE (V) TO GIVE UP OR REJECT A RIGHT OR TITLE THE WINNER OF THE LOTTERY RENOUNCED HER RIGHT TO THE MONEY BECAUSE SHE FELT SHE DID NOT DESERVE IT.
REPLICATE (V) TO DUPLICATE; REPEAT SCIEINTISTS MUST BE ABLE TO REPLICATE EXPERIMENTS BEFORE RESULTS FROM THEM CAN BE ACCEPTED.
REPRESS (V) TO RESTRAIN; HOLD BACK MARY HAD REPRESSED HER CHILDHOOD MEMORY OF THE TRAGEDY FOR 30 YEARS BEFORE LETTING IT OUT IN A COUSELING SESSION.
REPREHENSIBLE (ADJ) BLAMEWORTHY; DISREPUTABLE MURDER IS A REPREHENSIBLE ACT THAT IS SERIOUSLY PUNISHED IN EVERY SOCIETY.
REPRIMAND (V) TO SCOLD THE PRINCIPAL REPRIMANDED THE STUDENT FOR CAUSING A DISTURBANCE OUTSIDE THE SCHOOL.
REPROVE (V) TO CRITICIZE; CORRECT THE WRITER WAS REPROVED BY CRITICS FOR USING A PASSAGE FROM ANOTHER WORK WITHOUT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.
REPUDIATE (V) TO REJECT MR. JONES REPUDIATED THE ACCUSATION THAT HE WAS INVOLVED IN CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES.
RETICENT (ADJ) NOT SPEAKING FREELY; RESERVED JULIE BECAME RETICENT WHEN SHE WAS ASKED TO TELL THE STORY OF HER PAST.
RETRACT (V) TO TAKE BACK ONCE AN INSULT HAS PASSED A PERSON’S LIPS, IT CANNOT BE RETRACTED.
REVERE (V) TO WORSHIP; REGARD WITH AWE BUDDHA IS REVERED BY HINDUS AS WELL AS BY BUDDHISTS.
REVOKE (V) TO CANCEL; CALL BACK PETER’S DRIVING WAS SO POOR THAT HIS LICENSE WAS REVOKED.
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The people Look for some people. Write it down. By the water So there you are. Who will make it? You and I A long time What will they do?
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Englewood Public Schools Englewood, Colorado 2009 A Compilation of E.W. Dolch 1936, The Reading Teachers Book of Lists, Fourth Edition,© 2000 by Prentice.
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High Frequency Words List A Group 1. the of and.
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Your Honor, I would just like to let you know that… Learning Goal: The student will understand what an objection is, how and why they are used, and what.
Habits of the mind. Listening with understanding and empathy Understanding what someone is saying. the icon looks like listening and understanding what.
First Grade Sight Words a in I and is it for.
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Sight Word Phrases Group 1. the little boy a good boy.
High-Frequency Phrases First 100 Words. The people.
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Can you see?. I like him. When will we go? All or some.
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