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Reedbuck

ˈriːdbʌk

Meanings of Reedbuck:

noun

An african antelope with a distinctive whistling call and high bouncing jumps.

Usage examples:

Also present in smaller numbers are zebra, blue wildebeest, buffalo, oribi, kudu, reedbuck, bushbuc…

Meanings of Reedbucks:

noun

An african antelope with a distinctive whistling call and high bouncing jumps.

Usage examples:

Also present in smaller numbers are zebra, blue wildebeest, buffalo, oribi, kudu, reedbuck, bushbuc…

Reeded

ˈriːdɪd

Meanings of Reeded:

adjective

Shaped into or decorated with semi-cylindrical adjacent mouldings.

Usage examples:

A front door with a reeded glass panel

Meanings of Reeder:

noun

A thatcher, especially one who thatches with reed.

Meanings of Reedier:

adjective

(of a sound or voice) high and thin in tone.

Usage examples:

Franco's reedy voice

Reediest

ˈriː.di

Meanings of Reediest:

adjective

(of a sound or voice) high and thin in tone.

Usage examples:

Franco's reedy voice

Meanings of Reedily:

adverb

With a reedy tone.

Reeding

ˈriːdɪŋ

Meanings of Reeding:

noun

A small semi-cylindrical mouldings or ornamentation.

Usage examples:

In july 1808 benjamin radford charged the longfellows another twenty dollars for a mahogany high-po…

Meanings of Reedings:

noun

A small semi-cylindrical mouldings or ornamentation.

Usage examples:

In july 1808 benjamin radford charged the longfellows another twenty dollars for a mahogany high-po…

Meanings of Reedish:

adjective

Resembling, characterized by, or made from a reed or reeds; weak, thin.

Reedit

riːˈɛdɪt

Meanings of Reedit:

verb

Edit (a text or film) again.

Usage examples:

We re-edited the film eleven times

Meanings of Reedited:

verb

Edit (a text or film) again.

Usage examples:

We re-edited the film eleven times

Reediting

riːˈɛdɪt

Meanings of Reediting:

verb

Edit (a text or film) again.

Usage examples:

We re-edited the film eleven times

Reedits

riːˈɛdɪt

Meanings of Reedits:

verb

Edit (a text or film) again.

Usage examples:

We re-edited the film eleven times

Meanings of Reedling:

noun

Another term for bearded tit.

Meanings of Reedman:

noun

A person who cuts, prepares, and sells reed for thatching.

Meanings of Reeds:

noun

A tall, slender-leaved plant of the grass family, which grows in water or on marshy ground.

Usage examples:

Aquatic plants come in many forms, from relatively simple multi-cellular algae to reeds and water l…

Reeducate

riːˈɛdʒʊkeɪt

Meanings of Reeducate:

verb

Educate or train (someone) in order to change their beliefs or behaviour.

Usage examples:

Criminals are to be re-educated

Reeducated

riːˈɛdʒʊkeɪt

Meanings of Reeducated:

verb

Educate or train (someone) in order to change their beliefs or behaviour.

Usage examples:

Criminals are to be re-educated

Reeducates

riːˈɛdʒʊkeɪt

Meanings of Reeducates:

verb

Educate or train (someone) in order to change their beliefs or behaviour.

Usage examples:

Criminals are to be re-educated

Reeducating

riːˈɛdʒʊkeɪt

Meanings of Reeducating:

verb

Educate or train (someone) in order to change their beliefs or behaviour.

Usage examples:

Criminals are to be re-educated

Meanings of Reeducation:

noun

Education or training to change someone's beliefs or behaviour.

Usage examples:

A programme of rehabilitation and re-education for prisoners

Reedy

ˈriːdi

Meanings of Reedy:

adjective

(of a sound or voice) high and thin in tone.

Usage examples:

Franco's reedy voice

Reef

riːf

Meanings of Reef:

noun

A ridge of jagged rock, coral, or sand just above or below the surface of the sea.

Usage examples:

Below are beautiful coral reefs, turtles, sharks and a clean ocean floor.
verb

Take in one or more reefs of (a sail).

Usage examples:

Reef the mainsail in strong winds

Meanings of Reefable:

adjective

Especially of a sail: that can be reefed.

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