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rickety likely to fall over or fall apart; shaky. [2 definitions]
rid to clear or free from something that is not wanted (usually followed by "of").
ridden the past participle of "ride." [2 definitions]
riddle1 a puzzling, tricky, and often funny question asked as a game or as a test of one's thinking skills. [2 definitions]
riddle2 to pierce with a large number of holes.
ride to be carried by a vehicle or animal. [5 definitions]
rider a person who rides something.
ridge a long, narrow, raised section at the top of something; crest. [3 definitions]
ridicule talk or actions that make unkind fun of someone or something. [2 definitions]
ridiculous silly; foolish; laughable.
rifle1 a gun that has a long barrel and that is shot from the shoulder.
rig to make ready for use by attaching sails, lines, and rope. [5 definitions]
rigging all the ropes, wires, and chains used on a boat or ship to hold up the masts and work the sails. [2 definitions]
right in keeping with what is fair and good. [21 definitions]
right and left in all places or directions; everywhere.
right angle the angle formed where two perpendicular lines meet. It measures ninety degrees.
right away at once; immediately.
right fielder in baseball, the player whose position is in right field when the other team is batting and whose primary function is to defend that territory.
right-handed using the right hand more often or more easily than the left. [3 definitions]
right off at once; immediately.
right off the bat at once; immediately.