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  • poor Now, if you went, Mrs. Chumley, you would go because you were sorry for all the poor wounded, I know. A friendly neighbor, pitiful to poor, Whom oft she fed, and clothed with her store; – Epitaphs by Anne Bradstreet
  • pour Pour out all the Liquor, when it is baked, and clarifie the Butter again, and pour it upon the meat, and so let it cool; The Butter must be at least two or three fingers breadth over the meat. Head to the floor and the horror is starting to pour Everything I just threatened your blood you can't take it no more – Dust by cypress hill
  • rap It's only six miles off, and we don't run much more risk than that of getting a rap with a stray stone or an overshot arrow. Like a poem or a rap Say it liked I mean it When my big toe tap Hand them back and forth like that – Lost My Mind by Shwayze
  • raper Capt Lancelot Richmond Beadon (1876–1922) married Hilda Marian née Raper (1880–1953) Violet Beadon (1879–1949) married Archibald Campbell MA (1877–1963), Judge of the High Court of Lahore
  • rapier "Give me the scabbard of this rapier ; I want it.
  • raptor This model, known as the "raptor prey restraint" (RPR) model of predation, proposes that Deinonychus killed its prey in a manner very similar to extant accipitrid birds of prey: by leaping onto its quarry, pinning it under its body weight, and gripping it tightly with the large, sickle-shaped claws.
  • reap They reap their grain by pulling the ear through the hand. the sympathy you offer for me I reap but every night when you sleep – The Supreme Good by Entombed
  • reaper I could hear a steam reaper at work somewhere in the distance. The only thing next to meet is the grim reaper While your life is terrorised by the late fever – Fever by Postmen
  • rear How was it with them, when the coffle worked slowly or swiftly past the door where the bread and coffee were given out, and word passed to the rear that the supply was exhausted? I came in late, took a chair in the rear But my classmates were unaware how long I'd really been there – Guns And Cigarettes by atmosphere
  • renoir Down and Out in Beverly Hills is a 1986 American comedy film based on the French play Boudu sauvé des eaux, which had previously been adapted on film in 1932 by Jean Renoir .
  • reopen The plants remained and when a way was found to conquer the Grass we would be glad to reopen them, for this would be a practical course, just as the flight of capital was a practical course; standards of living were now so reduced in the United States it would be more profitable to employ cheap American labor than overpaid Latin or European.
  • rep Lapham, U. S. Sen. Elbridge G., 12; 36; rep . in favor of wom. suff., 47; 89; 174. Your Pep-Pep's got an ill rep With all that macaroni trap for rap you better step – None Of Your Business by salt-n-pepa
  • repair "If there's any trouble, I'll find it and repair it. Or the greenhouse glass is broken, and the trellis past repair - Ay, there's the wonder of the thing! Macavity's not there! – Macavity: The Mystery Cat by Thomas Stearns Eliot
  • repay Which I can never repay ! Informe my tongue in labour what to say, And in what coyne or language to repay. – The Lady A. L. My Asylum In A Great Exteremity. by Richard Lovelace
  • report The following is the passage of the Report of the Council, etc. Or russet-pated choughs, many in sort, Rising and cawing at the gun's report, – A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act III, scene II by Unknown Author
  • reporter Looking down from the windows upon the tree-tops on the lower terrace, the reporter exclaimed: "You have lived here only four years, and yet from a barren waste of most unpromising ground has come forth all this beauty!" Just like a news reporter I'm causin disorder Because I'm sorta' Sick of loosin money – Word Is Bond by House Of Pain
  • repose I only ask you to repose unhesitating trust in me," he said. Where may the wearied eye repose When gazing on the Great; Where neither guilty glory glows, Nor despicable state? – Ode To Napoleon Buonaparte by george gordon, lord byron
  • rip Richard Ingalls Peter Foster, whose initials had given him the nickname "Rip," asked, "Why don't you sing for us instead, Joe?" So yo, that's that, pack me another rip So I can lay back and let my mind start to trip – Frontline by Kottonmouth Kings
  • ripper Moreover, he knew as a fact-extremely well informed contemporaries had told him-that Jack the Ripper was a sailor. Some people call me the Ripper Stole my modus operandi from the movie screen She's just a celluloid stripper Just another bloody player in my splatter-filled dream – Chop, Chop, Chop by Alice Cooper
  • roar They all broke out in a roar of laughter over Jesse's appetite. In spite of rock and tempest's roar, In spite of false lights on the shore, – Republic, The by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • roper But do you care for her knocking about so with young Rivers and that chap Roper ?
  • rotor
  • spoor
  • Rapper Ghost told The Daily Telegraph that Knowles references to rapper Jay-Z are usually unclear and open to interpretation, yet her music, including "Ave Maria", "is the one place she can be incredibly expressive".
  • Pooh "Pooh, you're a poor creature.
  • RP
  • POO When BANKs own gallery, Gallerie Poo Poo , closed after the three-day show Press Release in January 1999, the group began to exhibit their collective work in other venues: The Mayor Gallery, London, Magasin 4, Bregenz, Rupert Goldsworthy Gallery, New York,
  • REPS Native American party, organised, 1844, ii. 82; opposed foreigners voting or holding office, 82; confined to New York City, 82; elected a mayor, 1844, 82; in constitutional con., 1846, 97-100; revived, 1854, as Know-Nothings, 201; secret methods of, 201; Seward opposed to, 201-2; unknown strength of, 202-3; Silver-Grays partial to, 202; nominations, 1854, 202; defeated, 204; its con., 1855, 214; elected its ticket, 216; defeated, 1858, 255; endorse Reps .
  • riper He chose Petrarch for his model and guide, and in riper manhood became his most intimate friend.
  • ropier

23 words made from the letters REPOOR