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Meanings of Raffaelesque:

adjective

After the style of raphael; characteristic or imitative of the artist or his work.

Meanings of Raffee:

noun

In square-rigged vessels: a small sail set above the skysail.

Raffia

ˈræf.i.ə

Meanings of Raffia:

noun

A palm tree native to tropical africa and madagascar, with a short trunk and leaves which may be up to 18 m (60 feet) long.

Usage examples:

In addition, clothing and mats are popular wares, which are often made from the ubiquitous raffia p…

Raffias

ˈrafɪə

Meanings of Raffias:

noun

A palm tree native to tropical africa and madagascar, with a short trunk and leaves which may be up to 18 m (60 feet) long.

Usage examples:

In addition, clothing and mats are popular wares, which are often made from the ubiquitous raffia p…

Raffinate

ˈrafɪneɪt

Meanings of Raffinate:

noun

A liquid from which impurities have been removed by solvent extraction.

Raffinose

ˈrafɪnəʊz

Meanings of Raffinose:

noun

A sugar present in sugar beet, cotton seed, and many cereals. it is a trisaccharide containing glucose, galactose, and fructose units.

Usage examples:

In addition, sugars such as raffinose and sucrose are indicated to have important roles in protecti…

Raffish

ˈræf.ɪʃ

Meanings of Raffish:

adjective

Unconventional and slightly disreputable, especially in an attractive way.

Usage examples:

His raffish air

Raffishness

ˈræf.ɪʃ.nəs

Meanings of Raffishness:

noun

The quality of not following usual social standards of behaviour or appearance, especially in a careless and attractive way

Usage examples:

He was a complex man, torn between raffishness and conformity., there was a certain raffishness abo…

Raffle

ˈræf.əl

Meanings of Raffle:

noun

A means of raising money by selling numbered tickets, one or some of which are subsequently drawn at random, the holder or holders of such tickets winning a prize.

Usage examples:

A raffle ticket
verb

Offer as a prize in a raffle.

Usage examples:

A toy polar bear was due to be raffled for the appeal

Meanings of Raffled:

verb

Offer as a prize in a raffle.

Usage examples:

A toy polar bear was due to be raffled for the appeal
noun

A means of raising money by selling numbered tickets, one or some of which are subsequently drawn at random, the holder or holders of such tickets winning a prize.

Usage examples:

A raffle ticket

Meanings of Raffler:

noun

A person who participates in or organizes a raffle. formerly also: specifically †a dealer in china ornaments (obsolete).

Meanings of Rafflers:

noun

A person who participates in or organizes a raffle. formerly also: specifically †a dealer in china ornaments (obsolete).

Raffles

ˈræf.əl

Meanings of Raffles:

noun

A means of raising money by selling numbered tickets, one or some of which are subsequently drawn at random, the holder or holders of such tickets winning a prize.

Usage examples:

A raffle ticket
verb

Offer as a prize in a raffle.

Usage examples:

A toy polar bear was due to be raffled for the appeal

Meanings of Raffs:

noun

Worthless material; trash, rubbish, refuse. also occasionally: miscellaneous material, odds and ends.

Meanings of Rafik:

noun

In arabia: a travelling companion or escort, especially a man hired to negotiate safe passage through the lands of his own or an allied people.

Meanings of Raft:

noun

A flat buoyant structure of timber or other materials fastened together, used as a boat or floating platform.

Usage examples:

As kids, we were always on the water in canoes or rowboats or homemade rafts.
verb

Travel on or as if on a raft.

Usage examples:

I have rafted along the rio grande

Rafted

rɑːft

Meanings of Rafted:

verb

Travel on or as if on a raft.

Usage examples:

I have rafted along the rio grande
noun

A flat buoyant structure of timber or other materials fastened together, used as a boat or floating platform.

Usage examples:

As kids, we were always on the water in canoes or rowboats or homemade rafts.

Rafter

ˈrɑːf.tər

Meanings of Rafter:

noun

A beam forming part of the internal framework of a roof.

Usage examples:

The rafters above his bed

Rafters

ˈrɑːftə

Meanings of Rafters:

noun

A beam forming part of the internal framework of a roof.

Usage examples:

The rafters above his bed

Rafting

rɑːft

Meanings of Rafting:

noun

The sport or pastime of travelling down a river on a raft.

Usage examples:

Activities include rafting and tennis
verb

Travel on or as if on a raft.

Usage examples:

I have rafted along the rio grande

Meanings of Rafts:

noun

A flat buoyant structure of timber or other materials fastened together, used as a boat or floating platform.

Usage examples:

As kids, we were always on the water in canoes or rowboats or homemade rafts.
verb

Travel on or as if on a raft.

Usage examples:

I have rafted along the rio grande

Raftsman

ˈrɑːf(t)smən

Meanings of Raftsman:

noun

A man who works on a raft.

Usage examples:

Slowly evidence against him was amassed from sawmill workers and raftsmen; disguised as fishing boa…

Raftsmen

ˈrɑːf(t)smən

Meanings of Raftsmen:

noun

A man who works on a raft.

Usage examples:

Slowly evidence against him was amassed from sawmill workers and raftsmen; disguised as fishing boa…

Meanings of Rafty:

adjective

Of a place or time, or of the weather: damp and cold, bleak.

Rag

ˈrɑːɡə

Meanings of Rag:

noun

A piece of old cloth, especially one torn from a larger piece, used typically for cleaning things.

Usage examples:

He wiped his hands on an oily rag
verb

Give a decorative effect to (a painted surface) by applying paint, typically of a different colour, with a rag.

Usage examples:

The background walls have been stippled above the dado rail and ragged below

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