[ ɹɪsˈɪd], [ ɹɪsˈɪd], [ ɹ_ɪ_s_ˈɪ_d]
Related words: writer residency, artist residency, artist in residence, residency for writers, writer in residence, residency program, writer's residency
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How to use "Resid" in context?
In English, the word "resid" is derived from the Latin word "residens," which means "resident." Resid usually refers to the material that remains after something else is removed, such as a liquid or a gas. In the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, resid is a chemical used as the starting material for the production of other chemicals.
Homophones for Resid:
- rough-cut, rigid, reseda, rosewood, recode, roquette, reshoot, recede, rye ergot, rasta, rickety, right, right away, roost, rejected, request, rusty, ragged, ricotta, racquet, rock-steady, rest, ragweed, requiescat, rosy-cheeked, Rico Act, rag day, roget, rouged, requisite, rockweed, rugged, racket, rest day, risotto, richweed, razed, rosita, res gestae, raised, rachet, Resht, rush out, rogue state, reset, rigout, resuscitate, resect, requested, right-eyed, rose-cheeked, ricochet, rosette, rigidity, roseate, rig out, rackety, residue, roughcast, recast, racist, regicide, rushed, rough out, Rasht, rested, regatta, resist, requite, rocket, rhizoid, roasted, roughshod, react, rheostat, rajidae, rigged, rossetti, restate, rust, reside, reseed, reach out, rusted, roast, reseat, reject, rushdie, rau-sed, recto, rescued, rough cut, resuscitated, rare-roasted, ragout, russet, restitute, recessed, rectitude, recite, rosidae.
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