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[ree-guh n] /ˈri gən/
(in Shakespeare's King Lear) the younger of Lear's two faithless daughters.
Compare Cordelia (def 1), Goneril. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • His three friends exchanged troubled glances, and Regan began to whistle to himself, but no questions were asked.

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  • Enters Kent, and at this moment the corpses of Goneril and Regan are brought in.

  • "Well, we've fixed him up for the night," said Regan cheerily.

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  • "It is marching music like the bands of armies," says Regan.

  • Slip into Gentys place, Bulldog, said Regan in a low voice, and tell a certain party to get out before the bulls come.

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