Pun Dictionary: R Entries

R & B [Rhythm and Blues] (Book Titles)
Rhythm & Blues for Wasps: Aaron Bee
R.E.M. Sleep (Tom Swifties)
"I had a dream last night about the American Red Cross," Tom REM-ARC'd.
Ra Bat (Africa)
Does the Egyptian god Ra play baseball with a Rabat?
Ra Men (Pasta)
Followers of the god Ra were called "Noodles" because they were Ra Men.
Rabble (Australasia)
A disorderly mob of people in the South Pacific is a Rabaul.
Rabid (Tom Swifties)
"A dog bit me," said Tom rabidly.
Racial Intolerance (Book Titles: Good)
Bigotry: Rachel Intolerance
Racket (Sports)
Noisy tennis gangsters often get involved in this: Racket.
Racking My Brains (Expressions)
Dr Frankenstein: "Igor! Can't you think of a better way to shelve the contents of these heads?" Igor: "I'm racking my brains, doctor!"
Racy (Book Titles)
Lewd Novels: Ray SeeC
Radiant (Tom Swifties)
"Eating uranium makes me feel funny," said Tom radiantly.
Radon (Book Titles)
Nobly Radioactive: Ray Don Gas
Rage (Expressions)
Temper tantrums are not just a fad, they're all the rage.
Ragnarok (One-Liners)
I wonder if Thor's favourite music genre is Ragnarock?
Raiders (Football)
Because of the fondness of its members for a brand of bug spray, this team was called the Raiders.
Railway Station (Jokes)
Where are whales weighed? At a whale weigh station.
Rain Dear (Christmas)
"Do you think it will snow tonight, honey?" "No, I think it will reindeer."
Rain Drops (Book Titles)
Downpour!: Wayne Dwops
Rainier (USA)
The weather in parts of Washington state goes from rainy to Rainier in winter.
Rainy (Halifax)
Cold, damp, Rainnie weather can get very depressing.
Raises an Eyebrow [expression] (Expressions)
Talking about cosmetic surgery used to be taboo, but now when we talk about Botox, nobody raises an eyebrow.
Raising (Fruits)
I've started telling everyone about the benefits of eating dried grapes. It's all about raisin awareness.
Raking (Book Titles)
Lawn Care: Ray KingJG
Ralley (USA)
A favourite song of geography students: "Raleigh 'Round the Flag, Boys."
Ram Bull (Tom Swifties)
"I'm the world's most aggressive matador," Tom rambled.
Rambunctiously (Tom Swifties)
"I collided with my bed!" said Tom rambunctiously.
Ran the Whole Way (Book Titles)
How I Won The Marathon: Randy HoelwayJG
Ranch Dressing (Vegetables)
Is cowboy clothing called ranch dressing?
Random [House, a book publisher] (Tom Swifties)
"We publish one of the few dictionaries that define 'Tom Swifty'," said Tom at random.
Rangers (Hockey)
When asked why the members of this team all wore Smokey the Bear uniforms, the captain said "We're the Rangers!"
Rap (Baked)
I wrote a song about a tortilla. Well actually, it's more of a wrap.
At Christmas time, M.C. Hammer is a wrap musician.
Rap Sheet [criminal record] (Expressions)
Is a criminal rapper's bedding made of rap sheets?
Rapid City (USA)
Do people in Rapid City live in the fast lane?
Rapids (Tom Swifties)
"This river is rough," said Tom rapidly.
Rapunzel (One-Liners)
If Eminem were to grow his hair really long to try to peddle a book on wordplay, would we call him Rap Pun Sell?
Rare, Medium, Well Done (Meat)
Steak puns are a rare medium well done.
Rash (Tom Swifties)
"I want chickenpox!" said Tom rashly.
Rash [from allergy] (Tom Swifties)
"I can't stand strawberries," said Tom rashly.
Rasp [a tool] (Tom Swifties)
"File a little more off that corner," said Tom raspingly.
Raspberry (Tom Swifties)
"I picked more berries than you did," Tom razzed.
Rather [Dan] (Tom Swifties)
"I got a snapshot of the CBS anchorman, but I haven't developed it yet," said Tom, rather negatively.
Rational [number] (Tom Swifties)
"It's the quotient of two integers," said Tom rationally.
Rattlesnake (Tom Swifties)
"You snake!" Tom rattled.
Raven (Tom Swifties)
"I love eating crow," said Tom ravenously.
Raving (Birds)
You can tell a crow is crazy when it's a raven.
Ravioli (Book Titles)
Indian, Italian and Spanish Cuisine: Ravi OleyJG
Raw Broth (Book Titles: Good)
Uncooked Proto-Soup: Rob Roth
Raw Chester (USA)
Uncooked chester is Rochester.
Razor (Canada)
One can have many a close shave while white-water rafting in the Fraser River.
React (Chemistry)
Old Chemistry profs never die, they just fail to react.
Read a Book (Book Titles: Good)
How to Succeed in School: Rita Bookn
Read Palms (Book Titles)
The Fortuneteller: Reid PalmsJG
Reading (Europe: United Kingdom)
One way to find out the news is by Reading the newspaper.
Real (1) (Cars)
"Did you have fun at the stock car races?" "Yep, I had a wheel good time!"
Real (2) (Money)
"Is this coin counterfeit?" "No, it's the riyal thing."
Real [number] (Tom Swifties)
"This value has to be converted to floating point," Tom realized.
Reason (Fruits)
If life is like a bowl of cherries, what is the raisin for living?
Re-Bell (Tom Swifties)
"I won't play the carillon again!" chimed Tom rebelliously.
Re-Buff (Tom Swifties)
"Why do I have to strip naked AGAIN?" asked Tom rebuffingly.
Re-But / Re-Butt (Tom Swifties)
"I've thought of another exception," Tom rebutted. (Or: "Stop trying to get my goat," Tom rebutted. Or: "This cigarette just won't go out," Tom rebutted.)
Recall [defective items for replacement] (Tom Swifties)
"Those cars we shipped have a defective part," Tom recalled.
Re-Canter (Tom Swifties)
"Let's go for another gallop," Tom recanted.
Receding Hairline (Jokes)
What do you call 100 rabbits walking backwards? A receding hare line.
Reception (Jokes)
Two antennae fell in love and got married. The wedding wasn't much, but the reception was excellent.
Re-Chord (Tom Swifties)
"I had to change the harmonization," Tom recorded.
Re-Count (Tom Swifties)
"I couldn't believe there were exactly 100 people there," Tom recounted.
Recovered (Misc)
The man who fell into an upholstery machine is fully recovered.
Recursive (Tom Swifties)
Tom said recursively, "Tom said recursively, 'Tom said recursively, ...'"
Red [Communist colour] (Tom Swifties)
"I'm reading about communism," said Tom readily.
Red Dear (Canada)
"Do you want the sofa in blue, sweetheart?" "No, I want it in Red, Deer."
Red Pepper (Book Titles)
Some Like It Hot: Red Pepperp
Red Skins (Football)
Sunburned football fans have Redskins.
Reddish (Vegetables)
Cop: "What colour was the car that hit you? Bluish?" Pedestrian: "No, radish."
Redeem (Tom Swifties)
"Let me think again," said Tom redeemingly.
Reece's Pieces (Undead)
"Der Riese" is a game map in Call of Duty Black Ops Zombies. Would it be reasonable to call the shot-up zombies "Der Riese's Pieces?"
Reese Witherspoon (Jokes)
Which celebrity is always ready for cereal? Reese, with her spoon.
Reese's Pieces [type of chocolate] (Animals)
I got a chocolate monkey for Easter. I took it apart so that I could have Rhesus Pieces.
Referee (One-Liners)
Is a person who judges dog or cat shows a ref-furry?
Referendum (One-Liners)
A plebescite to end the stupidity surrounding marijuana could be called a reefer-end-dumb.
Referral (One-Liners)
Do good taxidermists get refurrals?
Reflect (Tom Swifties)
"Nice mirror!" said Tom reflectively.
Reflection (Two-Liners)
New Year's Eve is a time for reflection. So is a visit to a mirror shop.
Re-Fuse (Tom Swifties)
"I will NOT splurge on a circuit-breaker," Tom refused.
Regal [brand of guitar?] (Tom Swifties)
"Hand me my guitar," commanded Rod regally.
Regimental (Book Titles: Good)
About Army Units: Reggie Mantle
Register (Book Titles)
Formal List: Reggie StirrA
Rehearsal (Two-Liners)
One of the things funeral home trainees have to practice is loading and unloading a casket from the transportation vehicle. Except it isn't called "practice", it's "re-hearsal".
Re-Hearse (Tom Swifties)
"It's time for the second funeral," Tom rehearsed.
Reign of Terror (Meteorology)
What do you call dangerous precipitation? A rain of terror.
Reigns (Meteorology)
When the Queen served tea, it was observed that she not only rains, but she pours.
Re-Join (Tom Swifties)
"It fell apart in my hands," Tom rejoined.
Re-Joyce [James] (Tom Swifties)
"My next novel will be the greatest thing since _Finnegans Wake_," Tom rejoiced.
Relativity (Physics)
Researching a family tree is studying relativity.
Relax (Book Titles)
How to Overcome Stress: Ray Lachsk
Re-Leaved (Tom Swifties)
"I was worried that the trees wouldn't turn green again," said Tom, relieved.
Re-Lent (Tom Swifties)
"Okay, you can borrow it again," Tom relented.
Re-Lent-less (Tom Swifties)
"I'm not going to give up anything this year. The year before last was quite enough," said Tom relentlessly.
Re-Libel (Tom Swifties)
"They're going to sue us again," said a reliable source.
Relish [condiment] (Tom Swifties)
"I love hot dogs," said Tom with relish.
Remains (Jokes)
Will glass coffins be a success? Remains to be seen.
Remark (Tom Swifties)
"To write the full history of St. Joan would take LOTS of paper," Tom ream-Arc'd.
"When 're-inventing the wheel', one must make sure that the outer edge is circular," Tom rim-arc'd. "Boy, what a boring voyage! Good thing that I thought to take some sea-worthy liquor aboard," Noah rum-Ark'd.
Re-Mark (Tom Swifties)
"That is remarkable," remarked Tom.
Remark [add comments to code] (Tom Swifties)
"I'm in the process of documenting my BASIC program," Tom remarked.
Re-Mark [German currency] (Tom Swifties)
"I'm investing in German currency once again," Tom remarked.
Re-Mark [New Testament] (Tom Swifties)
"I'm rereading the second Gospel," Tom remarked.
Remarkable (Expressions)
Whiteboards are so remarkable!Pun.me
Re-Marked (Tom Swifties)
"This student appealed his grade, so I have to score his exam again," Tom remarked.
Remember (One-Liners)
Do memories of meals past come forth as rememburps?
Re-Member (Tom Swifties)
"I meant to pay this year's dues," Tom remembered.
"Hey, castration is reversible," Tom remembered.
Re-Miss (Tom Swifties)
"I've gone back to using my maiden name," said Mary remissly.
Re-Morse [code] (Tom Swifties)
"I'd better repeat that SOS signal -- no-one seems to have heard us," said Tom remorsefully.
Remotely (Tom Swifties)
"The gadget for changing channels is far away," said Tom remotely.OK
Ren and Stimpy (One-Liners)
If you see a wren, name it Stimpy.
Rendezvous (Book Titles)
Meeting Places: Ron DeVoor
Renewed (One-Liners)
Should my subscription to "Naturist World" be re-nude?
Reno[vation] (USA)
Reno is the City of Home Improvements.
Repealed (One-Liners)
Breaking news: the laws against ringing a bell twice have been re-pealed!
Re-Peat (Tom Swifties)
"My garden needs another layer of mulch," Tom repeated.
Repercussions (One-Liners)
Never challenge Death to a pillow fight unless you're prepared for the reaper cushions.
Death playing the drums is an example of reapercussions.
Re-Pete (Tom Swifties)
"Pete! Pete! Pete! Pete! Pete!" Tom repeated.
Re-Pita (Tom Swifties)
"We need more bread for the donairs," Tom repeated.
Re-Ply (Tom Swifties)
"I'll try selling them at the next house," Tom replied.
Re-Port [harbour] (Tom Swifties)
"I'm taking this ship back in to the dock," Tom reported.
Re-Port [hole] (Tom Swifties)
"Now we'll have to replace all the ship's windows," Tom reported.
Re-Port [nautical] (Tom Swifties)
"I think I'll stand on the left side of the ship," Tom reported.
Re-Port [wine] (Tom Swifties)
"We're all out of Amontillado," Tom reported.
Reporting (One-Liners)
When journalists come into the office, are they reporting for work?
Repossessed (Jokes)
What happened to the guy who couldn't keep up payments to his exorcist? He was repossessed.
Re-Prove (Tom Swifties)
"Must I show again why this theorem is true?" asked Tom reprovingly.
Re-Quest (Tom Swifties)
"Can I go looking for the Grail again?" Tom requested.
Required (One-Liners)
Help wanted: Someone to help me assemble animatronic skunks. No experience reek-wired.
Reservation (Tom Swifties)
"How long will I have to wait for a table?" asked Tom without reservation.
Reservations (Jokes)
Why were the Indians here first? They had reservations.
Re-Serve [tennis] (Tom Swifties)
"A fault!" Martina cried reservedly.
Reservedly (Tom Swifties)
"I eat leftovers," said Tom reservedly.
Re-Sight (Tom Swifties)
"There it is again!" Tom recited.
Re-Sign (Tom Swifties)
"My new signature is no better than my old one," said Tom resignedly.
Resisting Arrest (One-Liners)
Police were called to a day care where a three-year-old was resisting a rest.
Resolute [town in Nunavut] (Tom Swifties)
"I'm gonna go live in the Canadian arctic," said Tom resolutely.
Re-Sound (Tom Swifties)
"Do I hear an echo?" was Tom's resounding question.
Re-Source (Tom Swifties)
"I shall read the commands from that file again," said Tom resourcefully.
Responder (Redefinitions)
A person who thinks before answering is a res-ponder.
Rest in Peace (Undead)
The Westin hotel chain has opened a new hotel for zombies just in time for Halloween: the Westin Peace.
Rest is History (Expressions)
I took a long nap yesterday. The rest is history.
Rest My Case (Expressions)
I hate carrying my luggage around the airport. I rest my case.Pun.me
Restraining Order (One-Liners)
Is "Put on your seatbelt!" a restraining order?
Resurface (One-Liners)
Since hockey was cancelled, nobody has seen the Zamboni driver, but we're sure she'll resurface eventually.
Retainer (Dentist)
If I frequently need the services of an orthodontist, could I keep one on retainer?
An orthodontic appliance will turn your teeth into lawyers, because they're all on retainer.
Retch (Tom Swifties)
"These jokes turn my stomach," said Tom wretchedly.
Retort (Tom Swifties)
"My experiment was a success," the chemist retorted.
Re-Veal (Tom Swifties)
"I'll have another piece of meat," Tom revealed.
Re-Vert (Tom Swifties)
"The French expression for 'There's a green worm in my glass' is 'Il y a un ver vert dans mon verre'," said Tom reverently.
Rev-ewe (Tom Swifties)
"And this is the way you get a sheep excited," Tom reviewed.
Revolted (Tom Swifties)
"I keep shocking myself," said Tom, revolted.
Rhetorical (Book Titles)
Well-Spoken Predictions: Rhett Oracle
Rhetorically (Tom Swifties)
"What would you say if the Conservatives were re-elected?" asked Tom re-tory-cally.
Rhett [Butler, Gone with the Wind] (Tom Swifties)
"Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn," said Clark Gable rhetorically.
Rhododendron (Book Titles)
Flowering Bushes: Rhoda Dendron
Rhyme (Europe: Germany)
Geographers make lousy poets: they have neither Rhine nor reason.
Rich Kid (Book Titles: Good)
I Was A Son Of A Buccaneer: Rich KiddJG
Richer (Names)
After winning the lottery, he was called Richard.
Rickshaw (Book Titles: Good)
Weekend In Hong Kong: Rick ShawJG
Ricochet (Book Titles)
Deflections: Rick O'Sheav
Rifle (Military)
The thief was about to rifle through the gun cabinet when he was caught.
Rig An (Europe: Eastern)
What is the best way to Riga election?
Right (Two-Liners)
I got a new pair of gloves today, but they're both "lefts". On the one hand, this is great, but on the other hand, it's just not right.
Right On (Chemistry: Elements)
Slang for "You got it correct": Radon!
Righter (One-Liners)
As a superhero, I could be Typoman, the writer of wrongs.
Ring (Hockey)
The overpaid hockey star bought an engagement rink for his sweetheart.
Ringy-Dingy [as Ernestine the Telephone Operator] (One-Liners)
A small boat with a bell on it could be called the "Lily Tomlin" - one ringy-dinghy.
Rio de Janeiro (South America)
The official mustard of southern Brazil is Rio Dijon-eiro.
Ripcord Broke (Book Titles)
Long Way Down: Rip Cord Brokel
Rip-Off (Christmas)
Christmas morning: The greatest rip-off of all time!
Velcro is a complete rip-off.
Rise (Undead)
Bread dough put in the oven should be called "Zombie", since the dead will rise.
Risk (Anatomy)
At the wrist of sounding crazy, I like Anatomy puns.
My friends get mad when I steal their kitchen utensils, but it's a whisk I'm willing to take.
Risky (Beverages)
Wum-wunning was always a whiskey business.
Riveting (One-Liners)
The History of Joining Metal is not just fascinating, it's riveting.
Road (USA)
Which American State has the most streets? Rhode Island.
Roam (Europe: Italy)
Is the capital of Italy a good place to Rome around?
Roar (Astronomy)
The Northern Lights sound like lions because they're auroras.
Roary Cubs (Book Titles: Good)
Baby Lions: Rory Kubbs
Roast (Cannibals)
When a cannibal's life is celebrated with comedy, is s/he being roasted?
Rob and Steal (Book Titles)
How to Tour the Prison: Robin Steele
Robber (Names)
What to call a professional safecracker: Robert.
Robbin' Banks (Book Titles: Good)
Armed Heists: Robin Banks
Robbing (Names)
Lady, you can't expect to keep out of jail if you keep Robin banks!
Ro-Bust (Tom Swifties)
"What ample bosoms those chorus girls have!" remarked Tom robustly.
Rock and Roll (Two-Liners)
Dwayne Johnson and Dave Grohl should run for the US Presidency in 2020. Who wouldn't vote for The Rock and Grohl?
Rock Group (Jokes)
What rock group has four men that donít sing? Mount Rushmore.
Rock It (Astronomy)
What an astronomer does to a cradle: Rocket.
Rock Man Enough (Two-Liners)
Classical musicians would support Dwayne Johnson for President. They think the Rachmaninoff for the job.
Rock of Gibraltar (Book Titles)
As Solid as...: Rocco Gibraltarb
Rocket Launcher (Jokes)
In what does an artillery officer like to sit when in the garden? A rocket lawn chair.
Rocks and Minerals (Book Titles: Good)
What Geologists Study: Roxanne Minerals
Rocky Road (Expressions)
I got over my addiction to chocolate, marshmallows, and nuts. I wonít lie, it was a rocky road.
Rod and Net (Book Titles)
Gone Fishing: Rod Annette8
Rod and Reel (Book Titles)
Fish Story: Rod EnreelJG
Rode A (Names)
I went to the ranch and Rhoda horse for the first time!
Rode 'em (Chemistry: Elements)
What the chemist did with her horses: Rhodium.
Rodes (Europe: Balkans)
The island of Rhodes is known for its scenic highways.
Roger Wilco (Book Titles)
Okee Dokee: Roger WilcoJG
Rolaid (Cars)
Axle grease helps the digestion because it's a roll-aid.
Role Model (Baked)
I recently posed for an art class making sculptures from bread. I was a roll model.
Roll and Loaf (Book Titles: Good)
World of Bread: Roland Loaf
Rolling Stone Gathers No Moss (Expressions)
I say that a mosque can be built in an area prone to rockslides because a rolling stone gathers no mosque.
Rolls [Royce] (Cars)
Why did Silly Billy get kicked out of the car show? He kept putting butter on the Rolls!
Roman (Vegetables)
The new historical cookbook is called the Decline and Fall of the Romaine Empire.
Roman Catholic (One-Liners)
When the Pope sleepwalks, does that make him a roamin' Catholic?
Roman-Tickle (Tom Swifties)
"When in Rome, do all the naughty things the Romans do," said Mary romantically.
Roof Us Quick (Book Titles)
The Housing Problem: Rufus Quick
Rook (One-Liners)
Novice chess players are called rookies.
Room (Jokes)
Why couldnít the dead car drive into the cluttered garage? Lack of vroom.
Room with a View (Expressions)
I taped binoculars to my broom so I could have a broom with a view.
Roomin' Aunt (Redefinitions)
Ruminant: when your father's sister comes to say for a while.
Root (Plants)
Do plants delivering newspapers have paper roots?
Root [cheer for] (Plants)
It's time for the Gardener Olympics! For which plant herder will you root?
Root [truffles grow on tree roots] (Tom Swifties)
"Find the truffles! Find the truffles!" rooted Tom.
Root Canal (Dentist)
The long, narrow body of water by which a dentist plants potatoes, beets and turnips is called the root canal.
Rose Bush (Book Titles: Good)
Gardening With The Ex-President: Rose BushJG
Rosy Cheeks (Book Titles)
Cosmetology: Rosie CheeksJG
Rote (Tom Swifties)
"This is all from memory," Tom wrote.
Roth [Philip, author of book] (Tom Swifties)
"Goodbye, Columbus!" flipped Tom wrothly.
Round (Tom Swifties)
"It's none of your @#$%*! business if I'm obese," swore Tom roundly.
Round Up (Expressions)
A farmer in the field with his cows counted 196 of them, but when he rounded them up he had 200.
Round Up [Math] (Two-Liners)
My farmer friend asked me to help him round up his 37 sheep. I said "40!"
Roundabout (Book Titles)
Get to the Point!: Rhonda Bouts
People who design traffic circles are gabby because they talk in a roundabout way. "Let's take the traffic circle," said Tom, in a roundabout way.
Route (Dentist)
How does an endodontist decide where to start the root canal procedure? S/he chooses the root of least resistance.
Row (Greek Letters)
Keeners like to sit in the front rho of class.
Row Bee (Halifax)
When Mr. Bee was competing at the rowing regatta, his fans cheered him on by saying "Robie, row!"
Row Bust (Tom Swifties)
"Women's chests are enhanced by sculling", leered Tom robustly.
Row Cocoa (Redefinitions)
Rococo: What to drink while propelling a small boat.
Row Mania (Europe: Balkans)
When people go nuts about rowing, it's called Romania.
Row Tate (Physics)
"Mr. Tate must be taken across this lake by this boat." "You mean I have to rotate across?"
Rub Out (One-Liners)
The Eraser Gang keeps getting involved in rubouts.
Rubber Toe (Names)
What do you call a guy with a rubber toe? Roberto!
Rubbing It In (Expressions)
My friend keeps bragging that he got into massage school. I don't know why he has to keep rubbing it in.
Rubble (Money)
What's left over after a bank is demolished is ruble.
Rubies (Geology)
If a rube is a type of hick, does it follow that hickies are rubies?
Ruby Con (Europe: Italy)
The "great red gem swindle" became known as the Rubicon.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Christmas)
One night, a Viking named Rudolph the Red looked out the window and said "It is going to rain." His wife asked "How do you know?" He replied "Because Rudolph the Red knows rain, dear."
Rue [French for street] (Tom Swifties)
"These Paris streets sure have funny names," said Tom ruefully.
Rue the Day (Book Titles)
Wish I'd Never Been Born: Rudy DayeJG
Rugged (One-Liners)
Carpets can't just be tough, they must be rugged.
Ruin (Europe: France)
Was the city of Rouen left in a shambles after World War II?
Ruins (Hockey)
This hockey team is perpetually in a shambles: Bruins.
Archeology is really just a career in ruins. (Sorry, I had to dig deep for that one.)
Ruler (Measures)
The head person of the Bureau of Weights and Measures is known as the ruler.
Run (Baseball)
I can't go to the baseball game! My stocking has a run in it!
Run Away (One-Liners)
Will the book "Flee" become a runaway best seller?
Run Da Marathon (Book Titles)
I'm Exhausted!: Rhonda Marathon
Run for (Expressions)
Do people have to run for president of a jogging club?
Run on Home (Book Titles)
Go Away!: Ron OnhomeJG
Run Through (One-Liners)
You shouldn't call a practice jousting session a run-through.
Rung (One-Liners)
Hands are like bells, especially when they're wrung.
Running Out of Time (Expressions)
When a jogger passes through a clock tower, does it mean s/he is running out of time?
Rush In (Europe: Russia)
Don't be hasty! Fools Russian where angels fear to tread!
Rush Ya (Europe: Russia)
I don't want to Russia, but your essay is due tomorrow.
Russel's (Europe)
"That map of Belgium belongs to Russel?" "Yes, it's Brussels map."
Rustle (Names)
He stole cattle before getting caught: Russel.
Leaves are chronic livestock thieves because they're always rustling.
Rustling Leaves (Book Titles)
Wind In The Maple Trees: Russell IngleavesJG
Rusty Hinges (Book Titles)
The Squeaking Gate: Rusty HingesJG
Ruth-less (Tom Swifties)
"I guess she fell off the motorcycle," said Tom ruthlessly.
Ruunny Mead (Toronto)
"Do you like your mead jellied?" "No, I like Runnymede."
Rye and May (Book Titles)
Sandwich Making: Ryan MayoJG
Rye Gel (Astronomy)
The astronomer who mixed rye whiskey with jello got Rigel.

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