Reverse Dictionary: REB – RECK


REBATE – VERBS
– RABATE to rebate …1489 obs.
 
REBEL, REBELLION, REBELLIOUS – ADJECTIVES
– EFFRENABLE incapable of restraint, violently rebellious …1621 obs. rare
– FLY unrestrained or rebellious in one’s behaviour …1880 US sl.
– IMMORIGEROUS unyielding, obstinate; disobedient, rebellious; uncivil, rude …1623 obs.
– MALCONTENT discontented, dissatisfied; inclined to rebellion or mutiny; restless and disaffected …1586
– RANK proud, high-minded, haughty; froward, rebellious …c1000 obs.
– REBELLANT rebellious …1432-50 obs. rare
– REFRACTARIOUS rebellious, unmanageable …1624 obs. rare
– THRAWN perverse, obstinate; cross-grained; rebellious; morally wrong …1737 Sc.
– WANTON of persons: undisciplined, ungoverned; not amenable to control, unmanageable, rebellious; of children: naughty, unruly …a1300 obs.
 
REBEL etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– BAD BOY a man who does not conform to expected or approved standards of conduct; a rebel …1860 colloq., orig. US
– BAD BWAI;  BAD BWOY a villain, a criminal, a rebellious young male …1999 W. Indies & Black British teen sl.
– BAD GIRL a woman who defies expected or approved standards of conduct, esp. one who behaves in a wild, rebellious, or sexually provocative manner …1855 colloq., orig. US
– BUCKER a person who balks or rebels …1887 Amer. dial.
– DISOBEISANT a rebel; a disobedient person …1542 obs.
– DOOMIE a criminally inclined teenage rebel …1950s Aust. sl.
– GANGSTA a rebellious, non-conformist person, who refuses to accept establishment (White) authority …1991 African-American sl.
– GANGSTER a rebellious, non-conformist person …1980 African-American sl.
– JACK-STRAW a low-born rebel …Bk1896 sl.
– MAD DOG a rebel, a non-conformist, one who refuses to accept their role in society …1970s African-American sl.
– REBELLANT a rebel …1586 obs. rare
– RISER a person who rises up in revolt; a rebel …1422 obs.
– TEAR-AWAY one who tears or rushes away, or acts with great impetuosity; one who behaves in a wild, uncontrolled, or reckless manner; a rebellious and unruly young person; an uncontrollable, boisterous person; a rascal …1891
 
REBEL etc. – VERBS
– BUCKLE UP to stand up to, to defy, to rebel …1859 Amer. dial.
– FACTION to act in a factious or rebellious spirit; to intrigue; to mutiny …1609 obs.
– GIGANTOMACHIZE to rise in rebellion like the giants against heaven; to rise in revolt against one’s betters …1599 obs.
– GO OVER ONE’S MOTHER’S THUMB to break from all control or authority; to rebel …1893 Sc.
– ONRISE to rise up against …c1000 obs.
 
REBOUND – NOUNS
– DAP the rebound, hop, turn of a ball, stone, etc. on the ground or water …1825 Eng. dial.
 
REBOUND – VERBS
– BOUND to recoil, to rebound …1597 obs.
– DAP to hit or strike lightly; to make a ball rebound on the ground, etc.; to hop or skip, as a stone along the surface of water …1790 Eng. dial.
– REAR to rebound as a ball …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– TENNIS to strike with a rebound …1888 Eng. dial.
 
REBUFF – NOUNS
– BLACK EYE a severe blow or rebuff …1795 US
– DAMP a disappointment; a rebuff …1714 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– DAMPER a rebuff …19C sl.
– FACIAL an instance of humiliation; an insult; a rebuff …1978 Amer. sl.
– A FLEA IN ONE’S EAR a scolding, a rating; a sharp reproof; a rebuff; chiefly used in the phrase ‘to go (send, etc.) away with a flea in one’s ear’ …1826
– IG(G) a rebuff, a snub …1963 Amer. dial.
– ONE a rebuff …1890 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– RABBET a rebuff …Bk19C Eng. dial. obs.
– SET-DOWN a depressing or humiliating rebuke or reprehension; a rebuff …1899 Amer. dial.
– SETTING-DOWN a depressing or humiliating rebuke or reprehension; a rebuff …1899 Amer. dial.
– A SMACK IN THE EYE a sharp rebuff; a setback …colloq.
 
REBUFF – VERBS
– GIVE A SHAKE to cold-shoulder; to rebuff; to evade, to escape …1875 US
– GIVE THE COLD SHAKE to cold-shoulder; to rebuff; to evade, to escape …1883 US
– SNOUT to bear ill-will towards; to harbour a grudge towards a person; to treat with disfavour, to rebuff …1916 Aust. sl.
 
REBUILD – VERBS
– REBIG to rebuild …1792 Sc. obs.
 
REBUKE, REBUKED, REBUKING – ADJECTIVES
– CORREPTORY conveying reproof, rebuking, chiding, reprehensive …1659 obs.
– GLUED criticized, rebuked …1960s Amer. sl.
– INCREPATORY rebuking, reproving, chiding …1645 obs.
– OBJURGATIVE having the character of chiding or scolding; conveying or uttering a sharp rebuke …1854
– OBJURGATORY having the character of chiding or scolding; conveying or uttering a sharp rebuke …1576
– ON THE CARPET being rebuked or questioned closely by a person in authority …1888 Amer. sl.
– REBUKOUS given to rebuke, full of rebuke, containing rebuke, rebuking, chiding …1494 obs.
– SCOUTHERIN’ threatening, rebuking, chastising …1874 Sc.
– UNCHID not rebuked or scolded …1860
– UNCHIDDEN not rebuked or scolded …1472
 
REBUKE etc. – INTERJECTIONS
– ZEMMIES an exclamation of surprise or rebuke …1877 Eng. dial.
 
REBUKE etc. – NOUNS
– ASSHOLE a violent rebuke …1968 Amer sl., esp. military
– BENSELL a severe rebuke …Bk1911 Sc.
– BENSIL a severe rebuke …Bk1898 Sc.
– CALL-DOWN a reprimand; a rebuke; a scolding …1890s Amer. sl.
– CORREPTION a chiding, reprehension, reproof, reproach, rebuke …c1380 obs.
– DAMASON a severe scolding, rebuke …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– EARFUL a full or clear hearing of what is being said; hence, a voluble expression of opinions, esp. a sharp verbal rebuke or scolding; a strong and often lengthy reprimand …1911 colloq.
– EARWIGGING a private conversation; a rebuke in private; a scolding or harangue …1842 colloq.
– EDWIT reproach, rebuke, taunt; taunting speech …c825 obs.
– EDWITING a reproaching or rebuking, a rebuke, reproach …1388 obs.
– GANSEL a severe rebuke; a scolding; insolent language …1710 Sc.
– IMPROOF rebuke, reproof, censure …1590 obs. rare
– JACKING UP a rebuke, a reprimand; a scolding …1905 Amer. dial.
– JAWBATION a long and tedious harangue; a severe lecture or reprimand; a tedious rebuke or reproof; a scolding …1840 Eng. & Amer. dial.
– JOBATION a rebuke, a reproof, especially one of a lengthy and tedious character; a prolonged scolding, a lecture; also, a long discussion ..1687 colloq.
– NACKET a disappointment, rebuke, etc. …1801 Sc.
– OBJURGATION a chiding, scolding, reproving, rebuking, or blaming; a sharp or severe rebuke …a1500 
– PEELER a rebuke …1899 Amer. dial.
– RAP a rebuke or reprimand; blame, responsibility …1777 sl.
– RATING a scolding, rebuke, reproof …1577
– SCOLD a scolding, a rebuke; occasionally in plural …1773 Sc.
– SCORCHER something scorching or stinging; a scathing rebuke or attack …1842 sl.
– SCOUR a severe censure or scolding; a stern rebuke …1825 Sc. 
– SCOURIE a severe censure or scolding; a stern rebuke …1825 Sc. 
– A SCREED OF ONE’S MIND ‘a piece of one’s mind’; an expression of disapprobation; a rebuke …1867 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– SET-DOWN a depressing or humiliating rebuke or reprehension; a rebuff …1899 Amer. dial.
– SETTING-DOWN a depressing or humiliating rebuke or reprehension; a rebuff …1899 Amer. dial.
– SIDE-WIPE an indirect rebuke, censure, or hint …1757 Eng. dial.
– SISERARY a severe rebuke, reproof, or scolding; a sharp blow; a torrent of language …1771
– TARGE a scathing or cutting rebuke …1866 Sc.
– WIGGING a severe rebuke, reproof, or reprimand; a scolding …1805 colloq.
 
REBUKE etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– QUARRELOUR one who reproves or rebukes; a faultfinder …1825 Sc.
 
REBUKE etc. – VERBS
– ADMINISTER of a blow or rebuke: to give …M19 colloq.
– BERISP to censure, to reprove, to rebuke …1481 obs.
– BLESS OUT to scold or rebuke …1935 Amer. dial.
– BLOW ONE A NEW ASSHOLE to injure or rebuke someone …1968 Amer. sl.
– BREAK IT OFF IN to rebuke sternly; to wound someone with a sarcastic or cutting retort …1906 Amer. dial.
– BRUSH WHIP to rebuke mildly …1950 Amer. dial.
– CALL DOWN to reprimand; to rebuke; to scold severely; to humble one …1896 Amer. dial.
– CALL ON THE CARPET to summon for or administer a rebuke or the like …1889
– CHEW ONE A NEW ASSHOLE to injure or rebuke someone …1986 Amer. sl.
– CHEW ONE’S BALLOCKS OFF to rebuke or reprimand severely …20C Services’ sl., esp. army
– CUT to rebuke severely; to upbraid …1737 obs.
– CUT ONE A NEW ASSHOLE to injure or rebuke someone …1972 Amer. sl.
– EAT ASS LIKE IT WAS STEAK to rebuke or scold sharply or severely …1967 US sl.
– EAT OUT to rebuke or scold sharply or severely; to berate or verbally chastise someone …1944 US sl., esp. military usage
– EAT SOMEONE’S ASS OFF to rebuke or scold sharply or severely …1943 US sl., esp. military usage
– EAT SOMEONE’S ASS OUT to rebuke or scold sharply or severely …1946 US sl., esp. military usage
– EAT SOMEONE’S COOKIES to rebuke or scold sharply or severely …1953 US sl., esp. military usage
– EAT SOMEONE’S LIVER OUT to rebuke or scold sharply or severely …1927 US sl., esp. military usage
– EAT SOMEONE’S PANTS OUT to rebuke or scold sharply or severely …1934 US sl., esp. military usage
– EAT SOMEONE’S TAIL OUT to rebuke or scold sharply or severely …1953 US sl., esp. military usage
– EAT UP to rebuke or scold sharply or severely …1843 US sl.
– ENTWITE to twit, rebuke, reproach or blame a person …1542 obs.
– GIVE A PERSON HIS OATMEAL to punish; to rebuke severely …M18 sl.
– GIVE A PERSON RATS to give a person a hard time; to berate, to rebuke …1862 US
– GIVE JESSE to rebuke with vigour; to thrash …1847 Amer. sl.
– GO CROOK (ON or AT) to become angry (at); to lose one’s temper with; to upbraid, to rebuke …1911 Aust. & NZ
– HAZEN to scold, to rebuke, to threaten …1630 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– IMPREVE to rebuke, to reprove …1553 Sc. obs.
– IMPRIEVE to rebuke, to reprove …1553 Sc. obs.
– IMPROVE to disapprove as bad; to disallow; to reprove, to rebuke; to blame, to censure, to condemn …1526 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– INCREPATE to chide, to rebuke, to reprove, to scold, to reprehend …1570 obs.
– JACK UP to call to account; to rebuke; to reprove severely, to reprimand; to scold; to irritate …1896 Amer. dial.
– JOB to rebuke in a long and tedious harangue …L17 colloq. obs.
– JOBE to rebuke, to reprove, to reprimand in a long and tedious harangue; to lecture …1670 colloq. obs.
– LAMBASTE to rebuke or reprove severely …1886
– LAND ON to scold; to reprimand; to rebuke or take decisive action against …1910s US sl.
– LASH to castigate in words; to rebuke, to satirize, to vituperate …1590
– LESSON to give a lesson or lessons to, to instruct, to teach; to admonish, to rebuke, to reprove …1555
– NEED BOILING DOWN to need correction or rebuke …1884 Amer. dial.
– OBJURGATE to rebuke severely; to chide, to scold …1616
– QUARREL to question, to call to account, to challenge; to find fault with, to rebuke; to object to …1709 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– RAISE JESSE to rebuke with vigour; to thrash …1847 Amer. sl.
– READ OUT to reprimand, to express blunt criticism of; to rebuke strongly; to scold …1958 Amer. dial.
– REAM ONE A NEW ASSHOLE to injure or rebuke someone …1983 Amer. sl.
– REDD to correct, to set right; to rebuke, to scold; to sum up the faults of, to criticize …1819 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– RIP ONE A NEW ASSHOLE to injure or rebuke someone …1971 Amer. sl.
– SAUCE to rebuke smartly, to reprove …1600 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– SCHOOL to correct, to rebuke, to scold, to chastise …1746 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– SET DOWN to embarrass, to humble, to rebuke, to defeat …1934 Amer. dial.
– SIT UPON to squash, to check, to snub; to overcome or rebuke; to express contempt for a man in a marked manner …1865 sl.
– STEP ON SOMEONE’S MEAT to rebuke …1972 Amer. sl.
– TAKE to take to task, to reprehend, to rebuke, to reprove …c1250 obs.
– TAKE OFF to reprove, to rebuke, to chide …1863 Eng. dial.
– TEAR SOMEONE A NEW ASSHOLE to injure or rebuke someone …1968 Amer. sl., esp. military
– THREAP to scold, to chide, to rebuke …1681 Eng. dial.
– THREAPEN to reprove, to rebuke, to chide …Bk1905 Eng. dial. obs.
– UNDERFO to reprove, to rebuke …c1400 obs. rare
 
REBUS – NOUNS
– NAME-DEVICE a rebus …1631 obs.
 
REBUT – VERBS
– ELIDE to annul, to quash, to rebut …1818 Sc. obs.
 
RECALCITRANCE, RECALCITRANT, RECALCITRANTLY – ADJECTIVES
– UNBOWSOME intractable, recalcitrant …c1290 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
 
RECALCITRANCE etc. – ADVERBS
– UNBUXOMLY intractably, recalcitrantly …1390 obs.
 
RECALCITRANCE etc. – NOUNS
– UNBOWSOMENESS intractability, recalcitrance …1340 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
 
RECALCITRANCE etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– FUNKER a recalcitrant or obstinately defiant person …1893 Sc. rare
 
RECALL – NOUNS
– BACK-FETCH an afterthought; a recalling to mind of something forgotten or omitted …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
 
RECALL – VERBS
– AGANE-SAY to recall …Bk1898 Sc.
– BEAR UP to recall to memory …Bk1898 Eng. dial.
– CALL to remember, to recall, usually of names …1887 Amer. dial.
– GAINCALL to bring back again, to recall …1611 obs. rare
– HARK BACK to recall …1834
– HEARKEN BACK to recall …Bk1902 Eng. dial.
– MIND to remember, to recollect, to bear in mind; to recall to mind …1773  Sc. & Eng. dial.
– REMEMBER to recall something to someone …1382
– REMEMORATE to remind, to put in mind of; to remember, to recall something by means of memory …1460-70 obs.
– UMBETHINK to bethink oneself; to recollect, to reflect, to recall to mind …1788 Eng. dial.
– UNBETHINK to bethink oneself; to recollect, to reflect, to recall to mind …1788 Eng. dial.
 
RECANT – VERBS
– EAT THE GREASER to swallow one’s word; to recant …1901 US sl.
– TAKE YOUR BACK TRACKS to recant, to retract, to acknowledge error …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
 
RECEDE, RECEDING – ADJECTIVES
– BACK-GAIN receding, going back …Bk1898 Sc.
– EBBY having an ebb or receding direction …1645 obs.
 
RECEDE etc. – VERBS
– GO BACKWARD to recede, to retreat; to relapse, to backslide …c1400 obs.
– RETROCEDE to move back, to recede …M17
 
RECEIPT – NOUNS
– QUITMENT an acquittance; a discharge; a receipt …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– QUITTANCE discharge, of a debt, etc.; receipt, payment …1778 Sc. & Eng. dial.
 
RECEIVE, RECEIVED, RECEIVING – ADJECTIVES
– CAPABLE able to take in, receive, contain, or hold; having room or capacity for …1571 obs.
– YFONG taken, seized, received …c1000 obs.
 
RECEIVE etc. – NOUNS
– ACCEPTATION the act of taking, or receiving, what is offered, whether by way of favour, satisfaction, or duty; acceptance …1426 obs.
– ACCEPTION the act of accepting; the receiving or taking of anything presented; acceptance, reception …1483 obs.
– CAPABILITY the quality of having room for anything; ability to receive or contain …1616 obs.
– FANG earnings, takings; that which is received …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– INGETTING the act of gathering in or receiving …1721 Sc. obs.
 
RECEIVE etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– ACCEPTANT one who accepts, receives, or takes what is offered; the acceptor of a bill of exchange or a draft …1598 obs.
– ACCIPIENT one who receives …1731 obs.
 
RECEIVE etc. – VERBS
– BE AT THE TAKING-SIDE to receive something instead of paying …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– BEG-TAKE to receive something without paying for it …1942 Amer. dial.
– CATCH to receive, to get, to obtain …c1205 obs.
– FANG to receive as a gift, or as one’s due; to earn as wages; also, to accept as one’s lot …c1000 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– LATCH to be the recipient of; to get; to receive a name, gift, blow, injury; to catch a disease …a1300 obs. exc. Eng. dial.
– ONFANG to receive, to accept …c900 obs.
– PULL to earn, to receive …1937 sl.
– PULL DOWN to earn, to receive …1917 sl.
– UNDERFO to receive a thing; to have something given to one; to come to have or possess …c888 obs.
 UNDERFO to receive willingly; to accept …c1000 obs.
– UNDERFONG to receive a thing; to have something given to one; to come to have or possess …c1175 obs.
 
RECENT, RECENTLY, RECENTNESS – ADJECTIVES
– AGE-NEW existing in the current age, recent …1938 poetic usage
– BURNT TO A CRISP modern, recent …Bk1942 US sl.
– LATELY recent, late …1581 obs.
– NEOTERIC recent, new, modern …1596
– NEOTERICAL recent, new, modern …1588
– NOVITIOUS newly invented, of recent origin, new …1659 obs.
– OUT OF THE OVEN modern, recent …Bk1942 US sl.
– PUISNE later, more recent; of subsequent date …M17
 
RECENT etc. – ADVERBS
– LASTLY † very lately, recently …1592
– LATER YEARS recently, nowadays …1967 Amer. dial.
– LATE YEARS recently, nowadays …1967 Amer. dial.
– LATEWARD † of late, recently …1471
– LATEWARDLY † of late, lately; at a late date …1720
– LATEWARDS † lately, recently …1483
– LATE-WHILE(S) of late, recently …1839
– LATTER DAYS recently, nowadays …1976 Amer. dial.
– NEWLINS newly, recently …1829 Sc.
– SITH LATE † recently …1483
 
RECENT etc. – NOUNS
– LATELINESS recency …1605 obs.
– THE LAST AGE recent times …1562 obs.
 
RECEPTACLE – NOUNS
– CAP-CASE a receptacle of any kind; a box, chest, casket, case …1597 obs.
– CAPSULE a little case or receptacle …1652 obs.
– PARSON’S BARN a place that is ‘never so full but there is still room for more’; a receptacle for everything …1796 sl.
 
RECEPTION – NOUNS
– ACCOIL reception, welcome …1814 rare
– ICE a cool reception; a brush-off; a snub; an act of rejection …L19 US sl.
– ICE MITT a rejection or refusal; a snub; a cold or hostile reception …1935 Amer. dial.
– IMBOO a welcome, a kindly or hospitable reception …a1838 Sc.
– INBU a welcome, a kindly or hospitable reception …a1838 Sc.
– INNIN an entrance, introduction, friendly reception …1877 Sc.
 
RECESS – NOUNS
– HALKE a corner, recess, hiding-place …a1300 obs.
 
RECIPE – NOUNS
– RECEIPT a recipe …1847 Amer. dial.
 
RECITATION, RECITE – NOUNS
– CANTILLATION chanting, intoning, musical recitation …1864
– DEAD a complete failure in recitation …1827 Amer. students’ sl.
– SCRIFT a recitation; a long-winded story; a written composition; a made-up tale; a falsehood …1766 Sc. obs.
 
RECITATION etc. – VERBS
– BESPOUT to recite to, to plague with oratory …1828
– BESPOUT to utter, say, or recite with pompous elocution …1857
– CANTILLATE to chant; to recite with musical tones …1864
– DEAD of a teacher: to cause a student to fail in recitation …1837 Amer. sl.
– DEAD to make a complete failure in recitation; to be ignorant of the lesson …1847 Amer. sl.
– DECLINE to say or recite formally or in definite order …1594 obs.
– GALLOP OVER to hurry over in reading or reciting; to read cursorily …1782
– GALLOP THROUGH to hurry over in reading or reciting; to read cursorily …1826
– NAIT to go over, to recite, to repeat …a1300 obs. rare
– RAME to repeat, to recite, to declaim …1703 Sc.
– REEBLE to read or recite quickly; to gabble …1872 Sc.
– RIBBLE OFF to recite quickly, by rote; to speak rapidly a list or series one knows well …1900 Amer. dial.
– RIBBLE to read or recite quickly; to gabble …1872 Sc.
– SCREED to talk, read, or recite rapidly and fluently; to reel off; to repeat a lying fabrication …1843 Sc.
– YED to sing, to recite, to talk, to discourse …c888 obs.
 
RECKLESS, RECKLESSLY, RECKLESSNESS – ADJECTIVES
– BORIS-NORIS careless, reckless, rash; happy-go-lucky; going on blindly without any thought of risk or decency …1863 Eng. dial.
– BORUS-SNORUS happy-go-lucky, careless, reckless …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– BULL-AT-A-GATE rash, reckless …1896
– FAST-GATED reckless, thoughtless, hasty; presumptuous, immodest …1874 Eng. dial.
– HAILY wild, reckless …1896 Amer. dial.
– HAIRY-CUM-STAIRY harum-scarum, reckless, rash; irresponsible …1919 Sc.
– HAND-OVER-HEAD thoughtlessly extravagant; precipitate, rash, reckless; indiscriminate …a1693 now rare or obs.
– HARE-BRAINED stupid and heedless, reckless; rash, wild, mad …1548
– HAREM-SCAREM reckless, careless, heedless in action; wild, rash …1751
– HARE’UM- SCARE-‘UM reckless, careless, heedless in action; wild, rash …1751
– HARUM-SCARUM. reckless, careless, heedless in action; wild, rash …1751
– HEAD-OVER-HAP headstrong, reckless …Bk1902 Sc.
– HELL-BENT FOR ELECTION unshakably determined; reckless; fast, furious …1899 Amer. sl.
– LAVISHING given to reckless or unrestrained behaviour …1598 obs.
– MADCAP mad, crackbrained, reckless, wildly impulsive …1588
– MIRACULOUS wild, eccentric; reckless, venturesome, careless; very drunk …1870 Sc. & Eng. dial.  
– NECK-OR-NOTHING headlong, reckless …1814
– ONTAKING buying or taking on credit; hence, reckless, rash, somewhat untrustworthy in business dealings; dishonest …1880 Sc.
– ON THE RAMPAGE rushing about in a reckless or riotous fashion …1861
– RACKLE hasty, rash, reckless, impetuous, headstrong; rough or coarse in action; violent …a1300 obs. exc. Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– RACKLESOME boisterous, noisy, reckless …Bk19C Eng. dial.
– RACKLESS-HANDED apt to do things in a heedless, slapdash manner; reckless, headstrong …1778 Sc.
– RAMPTIOUS violent and reckless in behaviour; wild, active, dangerous; outrageous, quarrelsome, passionate …1953 Amer. dial. 
– RAM-STAM precipitate, headstrong, hasty, impetuous, reckless …1786 Sc. & N. Eng. dial.
– RAMSTUDIOUS violent and reckless in behaviour; outrageous, rambunctious, quarrelsome, passionate …1847 Amer. dial.
– RAMSTUGENOUS violent and reckless in behaviour; outrageous, quarrelsome, passionate …1847 Amer. dial.
– RAMSTUGINOUS violent and reckless in behaviour; rambunctious, outrageous, quarrelsome, passionate …1847 Amer. dial.
– RAMSTUGIOUS violent and reckless in behaviour; rough and strong, coarse, uncouth; rambunctious, outrageous, quarrelsome, passionate …1811 Sc. & Amer. dial.
– RAMSTUJOUS violent and reckless in behaviour; outrageous, rambunctious, quarrelsome, passionate …1847 Amer. dial.
– RASHFUL rash, hasty, impetuous, reckless …1567 rare
– RECKLING reckless …BK1904 Eng. dial.
– REGARDLESS reckless, careless, regardless of public opinion …1894 Sc.
– RHYMELESS unreasonable; reckless, regardless …Bk1904 Sc.
– RIMLESS unreasonable; reckless, regardless …Bk1904 Sc.
– RYMELESS unreasonable; reckless, regardless …Bk1904 Sc.
– SAVAGE reckless, ungovernable …c1400 obs.
– TEARING passionate, headstrong; violent, rowdy or reckless in behaviour …M17
– TEMERARIOUS unreasonably adventurous; reckless, heedless, careless, rash, bold, headstrong …1532 now only literary
– TEMERARY rash, reckless, heedless, careless, overbold, headstrong …c1410 obs.
– TEMEROUS rash, reckless, foolhardy …1461 rare
– UNRECHELEAS reckless, careless …a1225 obs.
– UNTOWARDLY unmanageable, reckless …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
 
RECKLESS etc. – ADVERBS
– AT ADVENTURE at hazard, randomly, recklessly …c1420 obs.
– AT ALL ADVENTURE at random, anyhow; hence, at all hazards, at any risk, whatever may be the consequence; recklessly …1485 obs.
– BALDHEADED without forethought or preparation, recklessly; headlong …1848 Amer. dial.
– BANDONLY recklessly, daringly …c1470 obs. rare
– HAND OVER HEAD precipitately, hastily, rashly, recklessly; indiscriminately …c1440 now rare or obs.
– HARUM-SCARUM recklessly, heedlessly, wildly …1674-91
– HARUM-STARUM recklessly, heedlessly, wildly …1674-91
– HELL BENT recklessly …Bk1913 Amer. dial.
– HELL-BENT FOR ELECTION in a hurried, excited, or reckless manner; rapidly, furiously … 1905 Amer. dial.
– RAMPAGEOUSLY recklessly, riotously …1840
– RAMPANTLY with reckless or riotous violence …1426
– RAM-STAM in a headlong, precipitate manner; recklessly, rashly, rudely; in confusion …1735 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– SAVAGELY recklessly …a1400 obs.
– SLAM-BANG recklessly …Bk1905 Amer. dial.
– SMACK-SMOOTH in a reckless or random manner, regardless of consequences …1847 Eng. dial.
– UNCAIRDLY without taking care; recklessly …1590 Sc. obs.
– UNCAREDLY without taking care; recklessly …1590 Sc. obs.
 
RECKLESS etc. – INTERJECTIONS & PHRASES
– CARE-AWAY! an exclamation of merriment or recklessness; away with care! …1440 obs.
– NOT TO CARE WHETHER THE DOG CATCH THE HARE OR THE HARE CATCH THE DOG said of a person who is utterly thoughtless or reckless of consequences …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– OVER SHOES, OVER BOOTS expressing reckless continuation in a course already begun …1653 obs.
 
RECKLESS etc. – NOUNS
– HARE’EM-SCARE’EM reckless action or behaviour …1784
– HARUM-SCARUM reckless action or behaviour …1784
– HARUM-SCARUMNESS recklessness …1863
– HELLIN’ recklessness …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– HELLIN’-AROUND recklessness …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– LAVISHNESS absence of restraint; recklessness …c1477 obs.
– MELT courage; recklessness …1867 Amer. dial.
– RAMPAGEOUSNESS reckless or riotous behaviour …1883
– ROUGH-NECKEDNESS recklessness …Bk1942 Amer. sl.
– WANTONNESS a reckless and justifiable act …1630 obs.
 
RECKLESS etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– BARNARDINE a reckless, dissolute fellow …Bk1894
– BIG BOY a foolish, reckless, devil-may-care young man; a loveable idiot …1922 African-American sl.
– BLADE a gallant, an easygoing fellow, a good fellow; also, a spruce or dashing fellow; sharp-witted, dashing, wild, or reckless fellow; a beau …1597
– CARE-AWAY a reckless fellow, a roisterer …1575 obs.
– COWBOY a reckless and independent man …Bk2006 US sl.
– FRANION a gay reckless fellow; an idle, dissolute fellow …1571 obs.
– GIBBY a reckless, foolhardy person …1968 African-American sl. 
– HAPPY-GO-LUCKY an easygoing person; one of a reckless random disposition …1851
– HARD CASE a reckless scapegrace; an unregenerate loafer; a dissipated person, or any wicked person …1859 Amer. dial.
– HARE-BRAIN one who has a brain like a hare’s, or no more brain than a hare; a giddy, reckless or rash person; an oaf, a fool …1550 obs.
– HARE’EM-SCARE’EM a reckless, unregulated person; reckless action or behaviour …1784
– HARUM-SCARUM a reckless, unregulated person; a flighty person; reckless action or behaviour …1784
– HELLCAT a mean, spiteful or malicious person, esp. a woman; a reckless, impertinent, bad-tempered, or vexatious person; a troublemaker; a devil-may-care person; one who pesters or annoys …1899 Amer. dial.
– JAG-OFF a reckless person; one who takes foolish chances …1968 Amer. dial.
– MADCAP a reckless, wildly impulsive person; also applied playfully to young women of lively and impulsive temperament …1591
– NAGER;  NAGRE;  NAGUR;  NAIGUR a mean, contemptible fellow; a lout; a reckless fellow …Bk1905 Ireland
– NED KELLY a person of reckless courage or unscrupulous business dealings …1886 Aust. colloq.
– NEEGER a hard-natured, exacting person; one of a reckless disposition …1792 Sc. 
– RABSCALLION a rascal; a wild, reckless fellow; a vagabond; a ne’er-do-well …1699 
– RAFFLE-TOPPIN(G) a wild, reckless, foolish person …Bk19C Eng. dial.
– RAMBETTE a female ‘Rambo’ – reckless, fearless, the warrior woman …1992 US sl.
– RAMPS a reckless, dissipated person; a noisy, merry, boisterous fellow …Bk1905 Eng. dial.
– RAMSCULLION an offensively dirty person; a worthless wretch; a rascal; a wild, reckless fellow; a vagabond, a vagrant; a ne’er-do-well …1866 Sc. obs.
– RAMSHACKLE a thoughtless or reckless fellow …1824 Eng. dial.
– RAMSTAM a giddy, forward, impetuous, reckless person …1823 Sc.
– RANDY a wild, noisy, reckless person …1890 Sc. & Eng. dial.
– RANTIPOLE a rude, romping boy or girl; a wild, ill-behaved or reckless person; a scold, a termagant, a shrew; a dissolute person …a1700 rare
– RAPSCALLION a worthless wretch; a rascal, a rogue, a scamp; a wild, reckless fellow; a vagabond; a ne’er-do-well …1699
– RAVEL-COPPIN a wild, reckless, careless fellow …B1900 Eng. dial.
– RIPSTITCH a romping, boisterous, irrepressible child who is always ‘ripping his stitches,’ i.e., tearing his clothes; a wild, reckless person …Bk1875 Eng. dial.
– SCAPEGRACE a man or boy of reckless and disorderly habits; a careless, idle, harebrained fellow; a graceless, good-for-nothing fellow; a ne’er-do-well; a complete rogue or rascal; a habitually unscrupulous person; a scamp (rarely applied to a female) …1809
– SCATTER-WILLIE a reckless, devil-may-care person; a scatterbrain …1960 Sc.
– SCATTER-WIT a reckless, senseless person …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SCATTER-WITS a reckless, senseless person …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SKATE a reckless person …1900s US students’ sl.
– SPLITASS MERCHANT a reckless individual; an expert stunt flier …Amer. World War I sl.
– TEAR-ARSE a wild, reckless, impulsive, or delinquent person …Bk1988 Aust. sl.
– TEAR-AWAY one who tears or rushes away, or acts with great impetuosity; one who behaves in a wild, uncontrolled, or reckless manner; a rebellious and unruly young person; an uncontrollable, boisterous person; a rascal …1891
– YOUNG-BLOOD a ‘young-blooded’ person; a young hothead; a rash, reckless, or impetuous person …1630 obs.
– YOUNG-HEAD an unruly, reckless, headstrong or wilful young man …1565 obs.
 
RECKLESS etc. – VERBS
– BALL THE JACK to behave recklessly or wildly …1914 US sl.
– BRIGGIT AROUND to act forward or recklessly …1981 Amer. dial.
– FLING ONE’S CAP OVER THE WINDMILL to act recklessly and defiantly; to fly in the face of convention …1839
– GAMS to behave in a rude, reckless manner, making rough movements …1908 Sc.
– NOT TO CARE WHICH END GOES FIRST to be utterly reckless or extravagant …Bk1900 Eng. dial.
– PLAY TAM-TRAM to play fast and loose; to act recklessly, unreliably, irresponsibly, immorally, or thoughtlessly …1866 Sc.
– RAMP to behave with reckless or riotous violence …1627
– RUN ONE’S TETHER-LENGTH to pursue a reckless course which leads to calamity …1816 Sc.
 
RECKON, RECKONED, RECKONER – ADJECTIVES
– ACCOUNTABLE able to be reckoned or computed …1589 obs.
 
RECKON etc. – NOUNS, PERSON
– ACCOMPTANT one who counts or can count or reckon; a reckoner, a calculator …1646 obs.
– ACCOUNTANT one who counts or can count or reckon; a reckoner, a calculator; also, one who can count or reckon well (poorly, etc.) …1622 rare
– ACOUNTER one who calculates or reckons …1303 obs.
 
RECKON etc. – VERBS
– ACCOUNT to calculate, to reckon, to compute …1398 obs.
– CALCULE to calculate, to reckon …1377 obs.
– CALK to calculate, to reckon, esp. astrologically …1401 obs.
– CAST to reckon, to calculate, to estimate …a1300 obs.
– CATALOGIZE to reckon up, to calculate …1602 obs.
– COGILATE to suppose, to reckon …Bk1913-17 Amer. dial.
– ETTLE to suppose, to conjecture, to imagine, to guess; to reckon, to compute, to count on …1889 Sc.
– RATE to reckon, to calculate, to estimate the amount or sum of …1597 rare
– RECK to reckon, to deem, to think …1791 Sc.
– SCHEME to think, to reckon …1970s S. Afr. sl.
– TALE to account, to reckon …c897 obs.
– UPCAST to reckon, to calculate …1862 Sc.
– VIGGER to reckon, to do arithmetic …1733 Eng. dial.
 
RECKONING – NOUNS (a bill or account, or its settlement – archaic) 
– ACCOMPTER;  ACOMPTER account, reckoning …1483 obs.
– ADVICE weighing of opinions; consideration, deliberation, consultation, reckoning …1366 obs.
– BACK-RECKONING a reckoning for past transactions or misdeeds …1633 obs.
– BACKSPANG score for unpaid drinks …1922 Sc.
– DECOMPT account, reckoning …1584 Sc. obs.
– LAWING a reckoning at a tavern; a tavern-bill …1535 Sc.
– LAY a bill, score, reckoning …a1300 obs. RARE
– NEW SETTLEMENTS a final reckoning …1823 Oxford usage
– RECKLIN a reckoning, a bill, account …1886 Eng. dial.
– SCOT the amount of a bill; an alehouse reckoning …Bk1904 Eng. dial.
– SCRIP a bill, a reckoning …1898 Sc.
– TAIL account, reckoning …c1330 obs.
– TAILLIE an account or reckoning …1497 Sc. obs.
– TAILYE an account or reckoning …1497 Sc. obs.
– TAILZIE an account or reckoning …1497 Sc. obs.
– TALE an account, a reckoning of numbers of money given and received, etc. …1401 obs.
– TALLY reckoning, score, account …1614 rare
– TICK a debit account; an account, reckoning …1681
– UPSHOT the amount of a reckoning …Bk1905 Eng. dial. obs.
 
RECKONING – NOUNS, PERSON
– SIR TIMOTHY one that treats everybody and pays the reckoning everywhere …a1700 cant
 
RECKONING – VERBS
– DECOUNT to set down in a reckoning or account; to reckon …1762 obs.