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regmaglypt (noun) : the indentations, or thumbprints, found in meteorites
Submitted by: Anonymous on Sep. 16, 2005 22:55
regmaglypts (noun) : shallow indentations or pits on the surface of a meteorite, resembling thumbprint impressions in clay, created by ablation while falling in an atmosphere
Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 25, 2016 21:39
regurgitant (noun) : a substance that flows counter to the normal direction
Submitted by: Edward Arquette from North Carolina on Oct. 23, 2014 12:43
regurgitative (adjective) : of or pertaining to retching and vomiting
Wolves have been known to feed their pups by way of regurgitative food transfer.
Submitted by: spiritualfields on Oct. 25, 2005 16:48
rehability (noun) : the ability to rehabilitate
Some patients have rehability post-operatively. Some do not.
Submitted by: Dr mark Sherman from New York on Oct. 28, 2013 14:29
reice (verb) : to replace the melted ice used to preserve and/or maintain the coldness of food or beverages in an ice box
"Kristoffer, reice the fish in the box! It might spoil."
Submitted by: poison_ivy from Philippines on Nov. 06, 2007 09:00
Reiki (noun) : Reiki is a vibrational energy therapy believed to balance the biofield and enhance the body's ability to heal itself. Reiki is used in both non-medical and clinical settings, for conditions ranging from creative blocks, stress, trauma, and chronic pain, to treatment of HIV/AIDS, cancer, and more.
Reiki Masters are trained to teach others to do Reiki.
Submitted by: Linda Gnat-Mullin from New York on Nov. 30, 2005 08:33
reimagination (noun) : a re-creation of something already existing
The West End Arts Council is proud to once again present the fifth Wintermarkt, a local reimagination of a traditional German Christkindlmarkt. Found in an e-mail submitted to a forum by the organizer of the event in St. Louis, Missouri end of November 2006.
Submitted by: Anonymous on Dec. 11, 2006 08:38
reimagineer (noun) : a person who visualizes future methodologies
Submitted by: Matt Meeker from Ohio on Feb. 28, 2017 15:48
reimbibe (verb) : to drink Friday night, sleep a few hours, and wake up Saturday morning and start drinking again to keep the buzz going.
I have a lot of customers that come to my store early in the morning to reimbibe after over-imbibing the night before.
Submitted by: David Scott Lane from Alaska on Nov. 21, 2006 01:59