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Reluct

Re`luct´   Pronunciation: r?-l?kt´
v. i.1.To strive or struggle against anything; to make resistance; to draw back; to feel or show repugnance or reluctance.
Apt to reluct at the excesses of it [passion].
- Walton.
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Reliquidation
Relish
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relishing
relistening
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reliving
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Reloan
relocatable program
Relocate
relocated
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Reluctance
Reluctant
Reluctantly
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Rely
relyric
REM
REM sleep
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remain down
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