re·or[1]

  1. decide
  2. suppose
  3. to think

Synonyms for reor

  • cernodecide, determine, distinguish, resolve, sift, to perceive, to separate
  • cogitoconsider, plan, ponder, ruminate, to think
  • constituoappoint, cause to stand, decide, establish, found, place, post, set, set up, settle, station, to arrange, to establish, to fix, to set up
  • exigocomplete, decide, demand, determine, drive out, exact, finish, force out, sell, settle, to exact
  • inducoanull, bring in, conduct, cover, decide, erase writing, induce, influence, introduce, lead, persuade, put on clothing, revoke, to bring, to lead, to lead in
  • putobelieve, consider, judge, settle up, suppose, think, to clear
  • reputoimpute, judge, reflect upon, suppose, think, to believe, to reckon
  • sentioexperience, hold an opinion, judge, suppose, to feel, to perceive, vote
  • statuodecide, establish, make an arrangment, place, set up, to cause to stand, to establish, to give a ruling, to hold
  • volobe willing, denote, maintain that, move rapidly, ordain, signify, speed, suppose, to fly, to mean, to wish, want, will

Similar to reor

  • revereorto stand in awe
  • regrediorretreat, return, to march back
  • retrogradiorto go backwards
  • rebellisrebellious, rebels
  • rebellorebel, to wage war against
  • reboareto resound like celestial thunder
  • recedentiadisappearance, distant, ebbing, far, retreat
  • recedodepart, disappear, pass away, retire, retreat, to fall back, to go back, withdraw
  • recenseoreview, to recount
  • recepirecede, retire, retreat, to go back