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abundantly supplied; abounding (a stream replete with trout; an apartment replete with new furniture); filled to satiation; gorged
the condition of being fully supplied or completely filled; a state of excessive fullness

words or actions intended to evoke-contemptuous laughter at or feelings toward an individual or thing
ridicule, ridiculed, ridiculing, ridicules.transitive verbs
to expose to ridicule; make fun of

arousing or deserving ridicule; absurd, preposterous; ludicrous; laughable

renege, reneged, reneging, reneges.verbs
intransitive verb use.to fail to carry out a promise or commitment (reneged on the contract at the last minute); to go back from what was intended to be done; turn away from a decision one has made
transitive verb use.to renounce; disown
the act of reneging

full of health and strength; vigorous; powerfully built; sturdy; healthy; requiring or suited to physical strength or endurance (the job requires robust labor); marked by richness and fullness; full-bodied (a robust wine)

any of various hoofed, even-toed, usually horned mammals of the suborder Ruminantia, such as cattle, sheep, goats, deer and giraffes, characteristically having a stomach divided into four compartments and chewing a cud consisting of regurgitated, partially digested food
characterized by the chewing of cud; meditative; contemplative

ruminate, ruminated, ruminating, ruminates.verbs
intransitive verb use.to turn a matter over and over in the mind; ponder; if you ruminate on something, you think about it very carefully; when animals ruminate, they bring food back from their stomach into their mouth and chew it again, called chewing cud
transitive verb use.to reflect on over and over again
the act of pondering; meditation; contemplation; the act or process of chewing cud

a tendency to lapse into a previous pattern of behavior, especially a tendency to return to criminal habits (he completed his prison term, but returning to his old habits, soon ended up in jail once more)

singly in the order designated or mentioned (I'm referring to each of you respectively; the short names are Bob, Rick, Sam and Theo and respectively they are Robert, Richard, Samuel and Theodore)
relating to two or more men, women or things regarded.individually; particular (successful in their respective fields)

respect, respected, respecting, respects.transitive verbs
to have high regard for:.Philippians 2:3; to look again to, such as children keep in their minds to look to their dad and mom who protects and cares for them (do your kids want to watch you to learn from?); to avoid violation of or interference with (respect the speed limit; respect other people's property); to turn toward and have attention.upon (he respected her, showing it by listening to her request); to feel or show deferential.regard for (having respect for public wishes, he decided to represent, means to 'present again', their ideas to others of We the People for further consideration in the forming of a new constitution); esteem; to relate or refer to; concern (in winter time one must respect the weather and consider.whether or not to venture out onto any snowy, icy roads)
in all respects.adverb
completeness; completely, altogether, outright, wholly, totally
in some respects.adverb
from some points of view (in some respects she was trying to help)
in that respect.adverb
in that matter (she agreed with with him on that point)
with respect to.adverb
with reference to; in relation to
a feeling of appreciative.deferential.regard; esteem; the state of being regarded with honor or esteem; willingness to show consideration or appreciation or deference.(pay one's respects); a particular.aspect, feature or detail (in many respects this is an important decision)
if you say that someone is a respecter of something such as a belief or idea, you mean that they behave in a way which shows that they have a high opinion of it (Henry Ford was a respecter of proprieties and liked to see things put together properly)

showing or marked by proper respect

meriting.respect or esteem; worthy; of or appropriate to good or proper behavior or conventional.conduct; of moderately good quality (respectable work); considerable in amount, number or size (a respectable sum of money); acceptable in appearance; presentable (a respectable dress)

the quality, state or characteristic of being respectable

needed; essential; obligatory.(required reading)
require, required, requiring, requires.transitive verbs
to have as a requisite; need (most plants require Sunlight)
requirer.noun, plural.requirers
requirement.noun, plural.requirements
something that is required; a necessity; something obligatory; a prerequisite

reply, replied, replying, replies.verbs
intransitive verb use.to give an answer in speech or writing; to respond by an action or a gesture; to echo; answer
transitive verb use.to say or give as an answer (I replied that I was able to help)
reply.noun, plural.replies
a response in speech or writing; a response by action or gesture

respond, responded, responding, responds.verbs
intransitive verb use."To react is a habit, to respond, you have to think."....from Bob Proctor's video on.11 Forgotten Laws;
respond is to make a reply; to answer; to act in return or in answer
transitive verb use.to give as a reply; answer
Architecture:.a pilaster supporting an arch

the act of responding; a reply or an answer; a reaction, as that of an organism or a mechanism, to a specific.stimulus

answering or replying; responding; readily reacting to suggestions, influences, appeals or efforts (a responsive student)

having the consideration and ability to respond; liable to be required to give account, as of one's actions or of the discharge of a duty or trust; involving personal accountability or ability to act without guidance

the state, quality.or.fact of being responsible; obligation; something for which one is responsible; a duty, an obligation or a burden

resistant to physical pressure; not pliant; reluctant to yield or be swayed; recalcitrant

represent, represented, representing, represents.transitive verbs
to re present, to present again (elected politicians who fail in re presenting the will of the people, that is, to present for ratification in order to implement what the public wishes for the country or region in which they have an overstanding); to indicate or communicate by signs or symbols.(letters of the alphabet represent sounds); symbolize.(the bald eagle represents the United States); to stand for (had a great overstanding of rules government was to follow in carrying out the will of the people); to depict in art; portray; to serve as an example of
one that serves as an example or a type for others of the same classification; one granted permission by public election to represent the majority's concerns over matters affecting the same public; one that serves as a delegate or an agent for another
representing, depicting.or.portraying or able to do so; one authorized to act as an official delegate or agent (this is representative Martin)
a 're presenting' or presenting again, such as those chosen by election are expected to do with a consensus handed to their care by an electorate for carrying it further into effect in meetings with others who live in various towns and cities in an area, in order to determine the overall majority people's will, whereby those authorized by the people of such an area are empowered for administration of that which only the majority has approved; the act of representing or the state.of being represented; the state or condition of serving as an official delegate, agent or spokesperson; in law, a statement of fact made by one party in order to induce another party to enter into a contract

a large, usually continuous segment of a surface or space; area; a large, indefinite portion of the Earth's surface, also a specified district or territory

of or relating to a large geographic region; of or relating to a particular region or district; of or characteristic of a form of a language that is distributed in identifiable geographic areas and differs in pronunciation, grammar.or.vocabulary from the standard form; dialectal
something, such as a magazine or a company branch, that serves a region (the regional head office)

revitalize, revitalized, revitalizing, revitalizes.transitive verbs
to impart new life or vigor to (plans to revitalize older neighborhoods; tried to revitalize a flagging economy)

angry resistance to authoritative rules and/or established convention set for everyone's benefit and protection
rebel, rebelled, rebelling, rebels.intransitive verbs
to oppose by force an established government or ruling authority for legitimate or specious reasons; to resist or defy an authority or a generally accepted convention; to feel or express strong unwillingness or repugnance (she rebelled at the unwelcome suggestion)
one who rebels or is in rebellion (for awhile he was in rebellion even against what was good)
attributive use.often used to modify another noun (rebel troops; a rebel army)

prone to or participating in a rebellion (soldiers rebellious against unjust demands upon them); of, relating to or characteristic of a rebel or rebellion (rebellious behavior); resisting treatment or control; unruly; insubordinate

a short commentary or explanation covering a broad subject; a class or category; a part of a manuscript or book, such as a title, a heading or an initial letter, that appears in decorative red lettering or is otherwise distinguished from the rest of the text; an authoritative rule or direction
red or reddish; written in red