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rapidement rapidty, quickly rappeler recall, call back; se ~

recall, remember rapporter bring back rarement rarely

rassembler gather together, assemble

rassurer reassure, encourage ravir wrest, take, rescue, snatch

(à from), bereave ravisseur m. abductor, ravisher rébelle rebellious, refractory, indifferent; sb. rebel rébellion f. rebellion recevoir receive, take, admit, accept rechercher seek, seek in marriage réciter recite, declaim recommander recommend, advise, instruct

récompense f. recompense, reward reconnaissance /. recognition; ~

de being recognized by reconnaître recognize, examine,

reconnoiter, repay, reward; se

~ repent, acknowledge one's

sins

reculer recoil, shrink from, draw back

redemander ask back, seek, demand redire repeat, rehearse redoubler increase, redouble redouter dread, fear réduire reduce, bring réformer reform, make over réfractaire refractory; sb. recalcitrant refus m. refusai refuser refuse regagner regain regard m. aspect, glance

regarder look, consider, examine, contemplate, regard, look upon, concern

règle f. rule

régler to rule, determine; se ~ be guided, shape one's course

régner reign, rule, hold sway

regret m. regret; à ~ regretfully, with regret

regretter regret

reine f. queen

rejoindre reunite, unite, bring together, rejoin réjouir delight, divert, amuse relâche «.relaxation; sans~ever relâcher relax, yield reléguer relegate, send off, banish relever relieve, restore, heighten, set off; se ~ be restored, be raised

remarquer remark, observe remettre give back, restore, trust

to, leave it to remonter reascend, rise again remords m. remorse rempart m. rampart remplir fil], complete, fulfill renaître corne to life again, be restored, spring up again • rencontrer meet, find rendre render, give back, restore, give up, give, pay, make; ~ grâces give thanks, render thanks; ~ justice do justice; se ~ surrender, yield; se ~ compte de grasp, understand renfermer lock up renoncer (à) renounce, give up rentrée /. return, return to the stage

rentrer return, go back, come back,

be restored, come again renverser overthrow, beat clown renvoyer send back, dismiss répandre shed, spill, pour, spread, diffuse

repasser repass, cross again

repli m. fold, recess

répondre respond, answer; ~ de

answer for, warrant, stand se

curity for réponse f. response, answer repos m. repose, peace reposer repose; se ~ (sur, de) rely

on

repousser repulse, spurn, reject reprendre take back, resume, regain, blame représenter represent, perform, act reprocher reproach réserve /. reserve réserver reserve, keep back résigner resign résistance /. resistance résolu decided upon résoudre: se ~ decide, intend, be

resolved, make up one's mind respect m. respect, reverence respecter respect, have respect

for, esteem respirer breathe, live ressentiment m. resentment, (in the

ijth century often équivalent to

souvenir) memory ressort m. motive reste m. rest, last, remainder, rem

nant, relie, what is left rester remain, be left; il me reste

I have left retardement m. delay

retarder retard, delay
retenir retain, detairi, restrain
retentir resound

retirer retire, draw back; se ~

draw back, withdraw retour m. return, change retourner return

retrouver find, meet again, recover réunir reunite, join, bring together réveiller awaken révéler reveal

revenir return, come back, come

again rêver dream révérer revere, respect revirement revulsion revivre revive, come to life again revoir see, see again, see once

more

révolter revolt, urge to revolt, excite, arouse, cause to revolt révolté rebel, one in revolt révoquer revoke, repeal, recall rien nothing, anything; ~ ... ne,

ne ... ~, nothing rigoureux rigorous, severe rigueur /. severity, rigor, cruelty, repulse

rire laugh, favor; ~ à laugh upon, smile upon; ~ de laugh at

rire m. laughter

risquer risk

rivage m. shore

rival -e m.f. rival

roi m. king

rôle m. rôle, part

roman m. romance, novel, fiction

romanesque romancical, unreal, sentimental

romantique romantic, romanticist

rompre break, break off roturier m. plebeian, commoner rouge red; voir ~ see red, be be

side one's self with rage, have

blood in one's eye rougir redden, blush, be ashamed rouvrir reopen royal royal

rude rude, violent, hard, hard to

bear, painful ruine f. ruin, downfall ruisseau m. stream

sacré sacred sacrifier sacrifice

sacrilège sacrilegious; sb. m. man

of sacrilege saintement sacredly, in holy f ashion saisir seize, lay hold of, impress saisissant compelling, impressive,

startling

saison f. season; en ~ in season,

timely, in place salaire m. pay,reward, recompense salle /. hall

salut m. safety, salvation sang m. blood, race, family sanglant bloody, bleeding, blood

stained, stained with blood sanglot m. sob

sans prep. without, but for, except

for; ~ que conj. without satisfaire satisfy sauvage savage

sauver save; se ~ escape, be off,

fly, hasten savant m. scholar, learned man savoir know, know how, be able,

succeed in, contrive, manage;

saurait can

scélérat m. scoundrel, villain scène f. scene, stage; lieu de la ~

place of action sceptre m. scepter Scythe Scythian sec dry, blunt, hard second second secours m. relief, aid secret m. secret

séduire seduce, delude, lead astray, beguile

seigneur lord: Seigneur my lord sein m. bosom selon according to sembler seem Sénèque Seneca

sens m. sense; le bon ~ common sense; ~ dessus dessous at sixes and sevens, topsy-turvy; see mettre

sensibilité /. sensibility, sentiment, sentimentality

sensible (a word hard-worked in the romantic literature of the iyth century, for which there is no very satisfactory English équivalent) susceptible, tender, affected (à by), impressed (à by)

sentiment m. sentiment, consciousness

sentir feel, know, savor

séparer separate; se ~ separate,

part with serail m. harem sérieusement seriously serment m. oath, vow, promise serpent m. serpent service m. service servile servile, abject

servir serve (de as); que me servira what good will (it) do me

serviteur m. servant

seul only, sole, alone, mere, single; le ~ the only one; tout ~ by one's self; un ~ a single one

seulement only, simply, even, so much as

sévère severe

sexe m. sex

si if, so, whether, such; un ~ such

a, a so siècle m. century sien his, hers; les ~s his family siffler hiss, whistle signaler signal, distinguish silence m. silence sincère sincere sincérité f. sincerity sinon if not, except sitôt so soon six six

société f. society

soi itself, himself, herself; ~même himself

soin m. care, attention, solicitude (de for); prendre ~ take care, take charge

soir m. evening; du ~ in the evening

soldat m. soldier

solennel solemn, sacred

solidité /", solidity

songer think, consider; y ~ think upon it

Sophocle Sophocles

sort m. fate, destiny, lot

sorte: en ~ que so that

sortir go out, Ieave, depart, escape, come out, go on, emerge,

fall, rise; en ~ leave it; de quel

côté ~ how escape; achèverait

de ~ would in the end (finally)

depart soudain sudden souffrance f. suffering souffrir suffer, endure, undergo,

grant, permit souhaiter wish, wish for, desire,

hope, express a wish for soulager solace, relieve, comfort,

ease

soulever arouse, stir up, excite to revolt, raise up, call up; se ~ rise in revolt

soumettre submit; se ~ comply, yield

soumis submissive, humble

soupçonner suspect

soupir sigh

soupir m. sigh

sous under, subordinate to

souscrire subscribe, indorse, ap

prove, consent, agree soutenir sustain, maintain, uphold,

bear, endure, keep up souvenir: se ~ de remember souvenir m. memory, recollection,

memento, reminder souverain adj. sb. sovereign, most

important Sparte Sparta spécial special

spectacle m. sight, show, display spectateur m. spectator splendeur /. splendor stratagème m. stratagem subitement suddenly subtilité f. subtlety succéder (à) succeed, follow

succès m. success, resuit, outcome (either good or bad, according la iyth-century usage)

successeur successor

suffire suffice, be enough

suffrage m. votes, support, yoice, approbation

suggérer suggest

suite f. suite, retinue, attendants; à la ~ de after

suivre follow, attend

sujet m. subject, theme, subjectmatter, reason, cause

superbe proud, superb

superflu superfluous, useless

supplice m. execution, death, punishment, torture

supporter support, endure, stand

supposer suppose, assume, presuppose

supprimer suppress, leave out

suprême suprême

sur on, upon, above, over, about, from, in, against

sûr sure, certain, assured

sûreté /. safety

surtout above all, especially

survenir happen along

survivre survive, outlast

suspendre suspend, stop

tâcher try, endeavor

taire: se ~ be silent, hold one's

peace, be still, remain silent talon m. heel tandis que whilst, while tant so much, so many, such, as

much, so often; ~ que as long

as; ~ soit peu (de) ever so

little

tantôt just now; ~ . . . ~ now . ..

now tard late, long teindre tinge, stain tel such; un ~ such a témoin m. witness temple m. temple temps m. time; depuis quel ~ how

long; de tout ~ always, ever;

en même ~ at the same time;

le Temps one of the leading

newspapers in France tendre tender, affectionate, affect

ing

tendresse f. tenderness, affection, love

tenir hold, have, take, consider, owe; ~ lieu take the place; tiens there, take that

tenter tempt, attempt, try

terme term, limit

terminer terminate, end

terrible terrible

tête f. head, beginning

texte m. text

théâtre m. theater, dramatic works

timide timid

tirer draw, elicit, derive

titre m. title, right; à quel ~ by

what right toi thee, you; i»-même thyself,

yourself tombe f. tomb tombeau m. tomb tomber fall, drop ton thy, thine, your tôt soon

touchant touching, affecting toucher touch, move, affect, concern, arouse

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