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Recalcitrate

Re`cal´ci`trate   Pronunciation: rė`kăl´sĭ`trāt
v. t.1.To kick against; to show repugnance to; to rebuff.
The more heartily did one disdain his disdain, and recalcitrate his tricks.
- De Quincey.
v. i.1.To kick back; to kick against anything; hence, to express repugnance or opposition.
Verb1.recalcitrate - show strong objection or repugnance; manifest vigorous opposition or resistance; be obstinately disobedient; "The Democratic senators recalcitrated against every proposal from the Republican side"
defend, fight, fight back, fight down, oppose, recalcitrance, recalcitrancy, refractoriness, unmanageableness
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Rebullition
reburial
Rebury
reburying
Rebus
Rebut
Rebuttable
Rebuttal
Rebutter
Rebutting evidence
REC
rec room
Recadency
recalcitrance
recalcitrancy
Recalcitrant
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Recalcitration
recalculate
recalculation
Recall
Recall a judgment
recall dose
Recallable
Recallment
Recant
Recantation
Recanter
recap
Recapacitate
recapitualtion
Recapitulate
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