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  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a second look at something
    Example Sentence: Will you take a revision at the dog?
    Submitted by: Jamie, Alexis, C from Arizona, USA on 08/26/2008 01:07


  1. Function: adverb
    Definition: very hard
    Example Sentence: She hit the girl revockaja and broke her nose.
    Submitted by: Shawty from Florida, USA on 11/04/2007 09:48


  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a state of extreme anger
    Example Sentence: My friend was in a lot of revoltation for a long time.
    Submitted by: Ashleigh from Ontario, Canada on 04/01/2008 11:59


  1. Function: verb
    Definition: to have an plan of revenge backfire
    Example Sentence: It looks like your plan for revenge has revonged on you.
    Submitted by: Mr. Belly from Texas, USA on 11/24/2009 02:32


  1. Function: noun
    Definition: the adding of a phrase to a word that is successively reversed
    Example Sentence: The revronym of "soul" is "lous" which means "let's understand our spirit.
    Submitted by: Hugh from New York, USA on 03/08/2014 04:18


  1. Function: noun
    Definition: a upside down flower
    Example Sentence: The wilting flower became a rewolf.
    Submitted by: Amber from North Carolina, USA on 04/12/2013 11:29


  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: beyond extreme: being the king of extreme
    Example Sentence: That is so rexreme.
    Submitted by: Anonymous from CA, USA on 09/15/2008 06:11


  1. Function: adjective
    Definition: alot of; many
    Word History: Gaelic
    Example Sentence: Mary had reytorelyjug comic books when her sister gave her her valued collection.
    Submitted by: Anonymous on 07/09/2007 02:13


  1. Function: verb
    Definition: to make insipid or horrible
    Example Sentence: My rough draft looked like it had been rhettified.
    Submitted by: Bunny-girl from North Carolina, USA on 01/29/2008 07:58


  1. Function: verb
    Definition: to use a segue: to transition with words
    Example Sentence: The newscasters have had some trouble rhindling from good news to bad news.
    Submitted by: Aidan from NH, USA on 07/31/2008 08:42