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Religion

(n.) (1) the class of literature comprising works of imaginative narration, especially in prose form; (2) a story not founded on facts; (3) a story about supernatural or extraordinary persons or incidents; read more [....]

Retraction

(n.) The revision of an insult to give it wider circulation

Radio

(n.) an device you use in the car to listen non-stop commercials which are briefly interrupted by occasional music

Academic Research

(n.) Finding 10,000 ways that don't work

Republican Party

Establishment's Red Team which has 90% similarity to the Blue Team (establishment's other team). Also see: Democratic Party

Revolutionary

(n.) An oppressed person waiting for the opportunity to become an oppressor

Racist

(n.) anybody who wins an argument against a Democrat

Rational

(adj.) the way men and women act when all other possibilities have been exhausted

Reading

(v.) past time activity before social media

Recursion

(n.) Repetitive recurrence. If you still don't get it, see: Reiteration

Reddit

(n.) Procrastinators’ heaven

Raisin

(n.) A grape with a sunburn

Plagiarism vs. Research

to steal ideas from one person is plagiarism; to steal from many is research.

Rhetoric

(n.) Language in a dress suit

Retard

(n.) a word that is used to describe anyone except the mentally disabled