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Riprapping

ˈrɪprap

Meanings of Riprapping:

verb

Strengthen with riprap.

Usage examples:

Incentives to keep landowners from riprapping riverbanks
noun

Loose stone used to form a foundation for a breakwater or other structure.

Usage examples:

The rock was used extensively for ballast and riprap

Ripraps

ˈrɪprap

Meanings of Ripraps:

verb

Strengthen with riprap.

Usage examples:

Incentives to keep landowners from riprapping riverbanks
noun

Loose stone used to form a foundation for a breakwater or other structure.

Usage examples:

The rock was used extensively for ballast and riprap

Meanings of Rips:

noun

A device that rasterizes an image.

verb

Tear or pull (something) quickly or forcibly away from something or someone.

Usage examples:

A fan tried to rip his trousers off during a show
abbreviation

Rest in peace (used on graves).

Ripsaw

ˈrɪpsɔː

Meanings of Ripsaw:

noun

A coarse saw for cutting wood along the grain.

Usage examples:

A ripsaw cuts on the forward stroke rather than the backstroke.

Meanings of Ripsaws:

noun

A coarse saw for cutting wood along the grain.

Usage examples:

A ripsaw cuts on the forward stroke rather than the backstroke.

Ripsnorting

ˈrɪpsnɔːtɪŋ

Meanings of Ripsnorting:

adjective

Showing great vigour or intensity.

Usage examples:

A ripsnorting editorial

Ripstop

ˈrɪpstɒp

Meanings of Ripstop:

noun

Nylon fabric that is woven so that a tear will not spread.

Usage examples:

Ripstop has heavier threads woven every quarter-inch or so

Meanings of Riptide:

noun

Another term for rip2.

Meanings of Riptides:

noun

Another term for rip2.

Meanings of Ripuarian:

noun

In plural. a branch of the frankish people, who occupied the banks of the rhine between the moselle and meuse from the 5th century a.d.; the eastern franks.

adjective

Designating the code of law observed by the ripuarian franks, apparently consolidated in the first half of the 7th century a.d.

Meanings of Riroriro:

noun

The grey warbler, gerygone igata (family acanthizidae), a very small songbird with grey-brown plumage, endemic to new zealand.

Meanings of Risaldar:

noun

Originally: an indian officer in a cavalry (occasionally also infantry) regiment of the british indian army, of a rank corresponding to captain in the british army (now historical). now: a mid-level junior commissioned officer in a cavalry or armoured regiment of the indian army.

Rise

rʌɪz

Meanings of Rise:

verb

Move from a lower position to a higher one; come or go up.

Usage examples:

The tiny aircraft rose from the ground
noun

An upward movement; an instance of rising.

Usage examples:

The bird has a display flight of steep flapping rises

Meanings of Rise-above:

phrasal verb

To not allow something unpleasant to influence your behavior

Usage examples:

She rose above the personal tragedy in her life and became a senator.

Meanings of Rise-to:

phrasal verb

To react to a difficult situation by working hard to succeed

Usage examples:

There were some other very good competitors, but megan rose to the challenge and sang beautifully.

Meanings of Rise-to-the-bait:

idiom

To accept an offer or suggestion that seems good but is really a trick

Usage examples:

They offered a good salary, but i didn't rise to the bait.

Risen

rʌɪz

Meanings of Risen:

verb

Move from a lower position to a higher one; come or go up.

Usage examples:

The tiny aircraft rose from the ground
noun

An upward movement; an instance of rising.

Usage examples:

The bird has a display flight of steep flapping rises

Past participle of rise

Riser

ˈraɪ.zər

Meanings of Riser:

noun

A person who habitually gets out of bed at a particular time of the morning.

Usage examples:

Late risers always exasperate early risers

Meanings of Risers:

noun

A person who habitually gets out of bed at a particular time of the morning.

Usage examples:

Late risers always exasperate early risers
phrase

A group of steps on which people sit or stand to see or be seen better

Usage examples:

We stood on risers for the whole ceremony., the kids hid out under the risers after the concert was…

Meanings of Riserva:

noun

An italian wine that claims superior quality.

Rises

rʌɪz

Meanings of Rises:

verb

Move from a lower position to a higher one; come or go up.

Usage examples:

The tiny aircraft rose from the ground
noun

An upward movement; an instance of rising.

Usage examples:

The bird has a display flight of steep flapping rises

Rishi

ˈrɪʃi

Meanings of Rishi:

noun

A hindu sage or saint.

Usage examples:

Whenever you take an incarnation, you select a rishi to become your guru.

Rishis

ˈrɪʃi

Meanings of Rishis:

noun

A hindu sage or saint.

Usage examples:

Whenever you take an incarnation, you select a rishi to become your guru.

Meanings of Risibility:

noun

The quality of being so bad or lacking in quality or usefulness that it deserves to be laughed at

Usage examples:

Her leadership descended into risibility., this gives you an idea of the risibility of some of thei…

Risible

ˈrɪzɪb(ə)l

Meanings of Risible:

adjective

Provoking laughter through being ludicrous.

Usage examples:

A risible scene of lovemaking in a tent

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