dar, docket; social calendar, program, order of the day, protocol; social register, Who's Who; chronicle, catalogue, inventory; slate, file, index, table of contents; directory, telephone directory, book of names, yellow pages, white pages; scroll, rota, tablet, chronology.
3. range, compass, scale, scope; reach, stretch, carry, sweep; gamut, spectrum, Music, diapason.
4. cash register, cashbox, till, check-out.
-v. 5. enter, catalogue, list, write down, put on-
record, put in writing; put down, jot down, take down, note down, set down; chronicle, minute, record, tape; schedule, Law. docket, calendar; post, book, log, insert, inscribe, write in; codify, classify, sort, assort, arrange; tabulate, alphabetize, group.
6. enroll, sign up, enlist, sign on, join, enter, matriculate.
7. indicate, show, read, mark, point; denote, signify, represent.
8. express, show, display, manifest; evince, demonstrate, bespeak; disclose, reveal, divulge, expose; exhibit, evidence.
9. make an impression, have an effect, affect; fall on the ear, get across, sink in, soak in, penetrate, dawn on, SI. hit.
registrar, n. recorder, archivist, annalist, chronicler, prothonotary, chronologist, chronologer, chronog-rapher, chronographist; bookkeeper, accountant, certified public accountant, C.P.A., Both Brit, chartered accountant, C.A., auditor, Insurance, actuary; secretary, clerk, agent, official, administrator,
registration, n. 1. registry, register, recording, record-keeping; enrollment, enlistment, joining, recruitment; matriculation, sign-up, sign-in; cataloguing, itemization, listing, tabulation; booking, inscription, reservation.
2. certificate, document, papers, ticket, permit, license; authority, authorization, certification; affidavit, note, warrant, attestation, deposition,
regress, v. 1. go back, move backward, return, reverse, back up, recede, ebb, retire, fall back, retrocede, withdraw, retreat; retroact, recoil, ricochet, rebound, spring back.
2. revert, retrogress, backslide, relapse, degenerate, decay, retrograde, recidivate; fall away or off, decline, wane, subside, sink, fade, fail.
-n. 3. See - regression (def. 1).
regression, n. 1. reversion, return, regress, reversal, backwardness; relapse, backsliding, retrograda-tion, retrogression, recidivism, Obs. recidivation; Med. subsidence.
2. recession, recedence, retrocession, retrocedence, retirement; retreat, withdrawal, drawing back, reflux, ebb, recoil, revulsion.
3. retroaction, repercussion, ricochet, rebound, springing back.
regressive, adj. 1. retrogressive, reversionary, re-versional, reactionary, retrograde, reverse, backward, crablike; lapsing, relapsing, backsliding, recidivous, recidivistic, atavistic.
2. receding, recessive, recedent, retrocedent, refluent, ebb.
3. (of tax rate) decreasing proportionately, varying inversely.
regret, v. 1. lament, bewail, rue, rue the day; deplore, deprecate, bemoan, repine; weep over, grieve, mourn, keen, pine; fret, be stung by conscience; Inf. kick oneself, bite one's tongue, cry over spilt milk; curse one's luck, curse the day, curse one's folly, gnash one's teeth, never forgive oneself, never get over; wish undone, pity oneself, despond.