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  • Neil Ye'll gang and see, Neil; and I'll count the fish at the slip.
  • rail Marjorie, breathless, leaned far over the gallery rail.
  • real Real (L. res, a thing) signifies having existence, not merely in thought, but in fact, or being in fact according to appearance or claim; denoting the thing as distinguished from the name, or the existent as opposed to the non-existent. Actual has respect to a thing accomplished by doing, real to a thing as existing by whatever means or from whatever cause, positive to that which is fixed or established, developed to that which has reached completion by a natural process of unfolding. Actual is in opposition to the supposed, conceived, or reported, and furnishes the proof of its existence in itself; real is opposed to feigned or imaginary, and is capable of demonstration; positive, to the uncertain or doubtful; developed, to that which is undeveloped or incomplete. The developed is susceptible of proof; the positive precludes the necessity for proof. The present condition of a thing is its actual condition; ills are real that have a substantial reason; proofs are positive when they give the mind certainty; a plant is developed when it has reached its completed stage. Real estate is land, together with trees, water, minerals, or other natural accompaniments, and any permanent structures that man has built upon it. Compare AUTHENTIC.
  • reel With a deafening roar, the great train leapt across the trestle, which seemed to rock and reel under it, and plunged once more into the forest.
  • reid This edition dated 1875. The White Squaw, by Captain Mayne Reid.
  • rein He shouted and flung his arm in the air, but did not dare let the bridle rein go for fear the horse would bolt with her.
  • reit The butt of his piece came back on his chest and floored him, and the half-pound of gravel charge went into the forehead of the reit-vark, which dropped with a final groan, whose clear import was-"no earthly use in struggling after that!"
  • REL 18. 44 Boissier, Rel.
  • riel The rebellious half-breeds of the Red River settlement formed a provisional government, in which one Louis Riel was the controlling spirit from the beginning until the end of the revolt.
  • roil Now the sea around them, which had been placid, starts to roil.
  • veil They now spoke of her "takin' th' veil."
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