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Rendezvouses

ˈrɒndɪvuː

Meanings of Rendezvouses:

verb

Meet at an agreed time and place.

Usage examples:

I rendezvoused with bea as planned
noun

A meeting at an agreed time and place.

Usage examples:

Edward turned up late for their rendezvous

Meanings of Rendezvousing:

verb

Meet at an agreed time and place.

Usage examples:

I rendezvoused with bea as planned
noun

A meeting at an agreed time and place.

Usage examples:

Edward turned up late for their rendezvous

Meanings of Rendible:

adjective

That may be torn away or pulled apart.

Meanings of Rending:

verb

Tear (something) into pieces.

Usage examples:

Snapping teeth that would rend human flesh to shreds

Rendition

renˈdɪʃ.ən

Meanings of Rendition:

noun

A performance or interpretation, especially of a dramatic role or piece of music.

Usage examples:

A wonderful rendition of ‘nessun dorma’

Renditions

renˈdɪʃ.ən

Meanings of Renditions:

noun

A performance or interpretation, especially of a dramatic role or piece of music.

Usage examples:

A wonderful rendition of ‘nessun dorma’

Meanings of Rendrock:

noun

A nitroglycerine-based explosive similar to dynamite, used formerly in north america for blasting.

Rends

rend

Meanings of Rends:

verb

Tear (something) into pieces.

Usage examples:

Snapping teeth that would rend human flesh to shreds

Rendzina

rɛn(d)ˈziːnə

Meanings of Rendzina:

noun

A fertile lime-rich soil with dark humus above a pale soft calcareous layer, typical of grassland on chalk or limestone.

Usage examples:

R. triquetrus was collected from a chalk rendzina soil under grassland in the chiltern hills, oxfor…

Meanings of Rendzinas:

noun

A fertile lime-rich soil with dark humus above a pale soft calcareous layer, typical of grassland on chalk or limestone.

Usage examples:

R. triquetrus was collected from a chalk rendzina soil under grassland in the chiltern hills, oxfor…

Meanings of Renegade:

noun

A person who deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles.

Usage examples:

An agent who later turns out to be a renegade
adjective

Having treacherously changed allegiance.

Usage examples:

A renegade bodyguard
verb

Become a renegade.

Usage examples:

Johnson had renegaded from the confederacy

Renegaded

ˈrɛnɪɡeɪd

Meanings of Renegaded:

verb

Become a renegade.

Usage examples:

Johnson had renegaded from the confederacy
noun

A person who deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles.

Usage examples:

An agent who later turns out to be a renegade
adjective

Having treacherously changed allegiance.

Usage examples:

A renegade bodyguard

Renegades

ˈren.ɪ.ɡeɪd

Meanings of Renegades:

noun

A person who deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles.

Usage examples:

An agent who later turns out to be a renegade
verb

Become a renegade.

Usage examples:

Johnson had renegaded from the confederacy
adjective

Having treacherously changed allegiance.

Usage examples:

A renegade bodyguard

Renegading

ˈrɛnɪɡeɪd

Meanings of Renegading:

verb

Become a renegade.

Usage examples:

Johnson had renegaded from the confederacy
noun

A person who deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles.

Usage examples:

An agent who later turns out to be a renegade
adjective

Having treacherously changed allegiance.

Usage examples:

A renegade bodyguard

Meanings of Renegadism:

noun

The behaviour and practices of a renegade.

Meanings of Renegado:

noun

Archaic term for renegade.

Renegadoes

ˌrɛnɪˈɡeɪdəʊ

Meanings of Renegadoes:

noun

Archaic term for renegade.

Meanings of Renegate:

noun

A person who renounces his or her faith; an apostate.

adjective

That defies, resists, or refuses to recognize lawful or established authority; rebellious; (in later use) specifically designating a north american indian refusing to abide by treaties signed with white settlers.

Meanings of Renegation:

noun

A desertion, betrayal, or abandonment of a set of principles, one's faith, etc.

Renege

rɪˈneɪɡ

Meanings of Renege:

verb

Go back on a promise, undertaking, or contract.

Usage examples:

They have reneged on their promises to us

Reneged

rɪˈneɪɡ

Meanings of Reneged:

verb

Go back on a promise, undertaking, or contract.

Usage examples:

They have reneged on their promises to us

Reneges

rɪˈneɪɡ

Meanings of Reneges:

verb

Go back on a promise, undertaking, or contract.

Usage examples:

They have reneged on their promises to us

Reneging

rɪˈneɪɡ

Meanings of Reneging:

verb

Go back on a promise, undertaking, or contract.

Usage examples:

They have reneged on their promises to us

Renegotiate

ˌriːnəˈɡəʊʃieɪt

Meanings of Renegotiate:

verb

Negotiate (something) again in order to change the original agreed terms.

Usage examples:

The parties will renegotiate the price

Meanings of Renegotiated:

verb

Negotiate (something) again in order to change the original agreed terms.

Usage examples:

The parties will renegotiate the price

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