Definition of "rection" [rec•tion]

  • Regimen; government (noun)

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Use "rection" in a sentence
  • "The pictures have provoked a furious rection from Palestinians, who compared them to images of US soldiers abusing of Iraqi prisoners in Baghdad in 2004"
  • ""I'm getting a de-rection," mutters Barney, aghast at her decline."
  • "Wen i larnt kalygrify (az a leftie) i hadda turn da paper one quatre tern to da CCW die rection – den drawer eech leter from botum of leter to top (witch was rite to leff on paper, drawring twards my hand so azknot to smeer ink)"