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Crossword Solver Answers for: R?L??

rales

rales
A rapid series of short loud sounds (as might be heard with a stethoscope in some types of respiratory disorders); "the death rattle"

rally

rally
(n.) The act or process of rallying (in any of the senses of that word).
(n.) A political mass meeting.
(n.) Good-humored raillery.
(v. i.) To come into orderly arrangement; to renew order, or united effort, as troops scattered or put to flight; to assemble; to unite.
(v. i.) To collect one's vital powers or forces; to regain health or consciousness; to recuperate.
(v. i.) To recover strength after a decline in prices; -- said of the market, stocks, etc.
(v. i.) To use pleasantry, or satirical merriment.
(v. t.) To collect, and reduce to order, as troops dispersed or thrown into confusion; to gather again; to reunite.
(v. t.) To attack with raillery, either in good humor and pleasantry, or with slight contempt or satire.

ralph

ralph
(n.) A name sometimes given to the raven.

relax

relax
(a.) Relaxed; lax; hence, remiss; careless.
(n.) To make lax or loose; to make less close, firm, rigid, tense, or the like; to slacken; to loosen; to open; as, to relax a rope or cord; to relax the muscles or sinews.
(n.) To make less severe or rigorous; to abate the stringency of; to remit in respect to strenuousness, earnestness, or effort; as, to relax discipline; to relax one's attention or endeavors.
(n.) Hence, to relieve from attention or effort; to ease; to recreate; to divert; as, amusement relaxes the mind.
(n.) To relieve from constipation; to loosen; to open; as, an aperient relaxes the bowels.
(n.) Relaxation.
(v. i.) To become lax, weak, or loose; as, to let one's grasp relax.
(v. i.) To abate in severity; to become less rigorous.
(v. i.) To remit attention or effort; to become less diligent; to unbend; as, to relax in study.

relay

relay
(n.) A supply of anything arranged beforehand for affording relief from time to time, or at successive stages; provision for successive relief.
(n.) A supply of horses placced at stations to be in readiness to relieve others, so that a trveler may proceed without delay.
(n.) A supply of hunting dogs or horses kept in readiness at certain places to relive the tired dogs or horses, and to continue the pursuit of the game if it comes that way.
(n.) A number of men who relieve others in carrying on some work.
(n.) In various forms of telegraphic apparatus, a magnet which receives the circuit current, and is caused by it to bring into into action the power of a local battery for performing the work of making the record; also, a similar device by which the current in one circuit is made to open or close another circuit in which a current is passing.
(v. t.) To lay again; to lay a second time; as, to relay a pavement.

relet

re-let
(v. t.) To let anew, as a house.

relic

relic
(n.) That which remains; that which is left after loss or decay; a remaining portion; a remnant.
(n.) The body from which the soul has departed; a corpse; especially, the body, or some part of the body, of a deceased saint or martyr; -- usually in the plural when referring to the whole body.
(n.) Hence, a memorial; anything preserved in remembrance; as, relics of youthful days or friendships.

riles

riles
Make turbid by stirring up the sediments of
Cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations;
Annoying

riley

riley
United States poet (1849-1916)

rilke

rilke
German poet (born in Austria) whose imagery and mystic lyricism influenced 20th-century German literature (1875-1926)

rille

rille
(n.) One of certain narrow, crooked valleys seen, by aid of the telescope, on the surface of the moon.

rills

rills
A small channel (as one formed by soil erosion)
A small stream

roles

roles
The actions and activities assigned to or required or expected of a person or group; "the function of a teacher"; "the government must do its part"; "play its role"
Normal or customary activity of a person in a particular social setting; "what is your role on the team?"
What something is used for; "the function of an auger is to bore holes"; "ballet is beautiful but what use is it?"
An actor's portrayal of someone in a play; "she played the part of Desdemona"

rollo

rollo
Norse chieftain who became the first duke of Normandy (860-931)

rolls

rolls
Move in a wavy pattern or with a rising and falling motion; "The curtains undulated"; "the waves rolled towards the beach"
A long heavy sea wave as it advances towards the shore
Emit, produce, or utter with a deep prolonged reverberating sound; "The thunder rolled"; "rolling drums"
The sound of a drum (especially a snare drum) beaten rapidly and continuously
Execute a roll, in tumbling; "The gymnasts rolled and jumped"
Sell something to or obtain something from by energetic and especially underhanded activity
A deep prolonged sound (as of thunder or large bells)
Show certain properties when being rolled; "The carpet rolls unevenly"; "dried-out tobacco rolls badly"
Occur in soft rounded shapes; "The hills rolled past"
Rotary motion of an object around its own axis; "wheels in axial rotation"
Take the shape of a roll or cylinder; "the carpet rolled out"; "Yarn rolls well"
Small r

ruler

ruler
(n.) One who rules; one who exercises sway or authority; a governor.
(n.) A straight or curved strip of wood, metal, etc., with a smooth edge, used for guiding a pen or pencil in drawing lines. Cf. Rule, n., 7 (a).

rules

rules
(linguistics) a rule describing (or prescribing) a linguistic practice
Dominance or power through legal authority; "France held undisputed dominion over vast areas of Africa"; "the rule of Caesar"
The duration of a monarch's or government's power; "during the rule of Elizabeth"
Keep in check; "rule one's temper"
Measuring stick consisting of a strip of wood or metal or plastic with a straight edge that is used for drawing straight lines and measuring lengths
Decide with authority; "The King decreed that all firstborn males should be killed"
Something regarded as a normative example; "the convention of not naming the main character"; "violence is the rule not the exception"; "his formula for impressing visitors"
Decide on and make a declaration about; "find someone guilty"
A principle or condition that customarily governs behavior; "it was his rule to take a walk before breakfast"; "short haircuts were the r