To rein in

Definition of To rein in

to check the speed of, or cause to stop, by drawing the reins.
to cause (a person) to slow down or cease some activity; - to rein in is used commonly of superiors in a chain of command, ordering a subordinate to moderate or cease some activity deemed excessive.

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To rap and rend
To rape and ren
To rate a chronometer
To rattle off
To reach after
To read between the lines
To read one's self in
To reckon for
To reckon on
To reckon with
To record a deed
To rectify a globe
To redeem the time
To reduce a square
To reduce an equation
To reduce an expression
To reef the paddles
To refer one's self
To refresh the memory
To regulate a watch
-To rein in-
To relate one's self
To renounce probate
To repeat one's self
To repeat signals
To report one's self
To repossess one's self of
To resolve a nebula
To respect the person
to rest on one's laurels
To rest with
To return a lead
To return to one's muttons
To reverse an engine
To revert a series
To rib land
To ride a hobby
To ride a portoise
To ride and tie
To ride down
To ride easy
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