—v. - rise in rebellion.
- a affect with strong disgust. B (often foll. By at, against) feel strong disgust. —n. - act of rebelling.
- state of insurrection.
- sense of disgust.
- mood of protest or defiance. [italian: related to *revolve]
—n. - a return or recompense for service or merit. B requital for good or evil.
- sum offered for the detection of a criminal, restoration of lost property, etc. —v. Give a reward to (a person) or for (a service etc.). [anglo-french reward(er) *regard]
v. (past and past part. Rewound) wind (a film or tape etc.) Back.
v. (-ring) provide with new electrical wiring.
v. Express in different words.
v. Revise; refashion; remake. reworking n.
factor n. Antigen occurring on the red blood cells of most humans and some other primates.
- n. (in full rhesus monkey) small n. Indian monkey. [rhesus, mythical king of thrace]
- negative adj. Lacking the rhesus factor.
- positive adj. Having the rhesus factor.
and blues n. Popular music with blues themes and a strong rhythm.
- method n. Abstention from sexual intercourse near the time of ovulation, as a method of birth control.
- n. - a periodical accent and the duration of notes in music, esp. As beats in a bar. B type of structure formed by this (samba rhythm).
- measured regular flow of verse or prose determined by the length of and stress on syllables.
- physiol. Pattern of successive strong and weak movements.
- regularly recurring sequence of events. rhythmic adj. Rhythmical adj. Rhythmically adv. [greek rhuthmos]
- section n. Piano (or guitar etc.), bass, and drums in a dance or jazz band.
adj. Coarsely or disrespectfully humorous; obscene. [french riber be licentious]
n. Ribbon. [french riban]