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There are 19 eight-letter words beginning with RIP

RIPARIALriparial adj. Riparian.
RIPARIAL n. an inhabitant of a river bank, also RIPARIAN.
RIPARIANriparian adj. Of or relating to the bank of a river or stream.
riparian n. (Chiefly law) A person or other entity that lives or owns property along the shore of a river.
RIPARIAN adj. of or inhabiting a riverbank, also RIPARIAL.
RIPCORDSripcords n. Plural of ripcord.
RIPCORD n. a cord to release a parachute.
RIPENERSripeners n. Plural of ripener.
RIPENER n. one that ripens.
RIPENESSripeness n. The characteristic of being ripe.
RIPENESS n. the state of being ripe.
RIPENINGripening n. The process of becoming ripe.
ripening v. Present participle of ripen.
RIPEN v. to become ripe.
RIPIENOSripienos n. Plural of ripieno.
RIPIENO n. (Italian) a musical passage performed by all the performers.
RIPOSTEDriposted v. Simple past tense and past participle of riposte.
RIPOSTE v. (French) to make a return thrust in fencing, also RIPOST.
RIPOSTESripostes n. Plural of riposte.
ripostes v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of riposte.
RIPOSTE v. (French) to make a return thrust in fencing, also RIPOST.
RIPPABLErippable adj. Capable of being ripped (in various senses).
rippable adj. (Of rock) Capable of being mechanically broken.
rippable adj. (Surfing) Easy to rip on; allowing a surfer to perform like an expert.
RIPPIERSrippiers n. Plural of rippier.
RIPPIER n. (obsolete) a person who carries fish inland to sell, also RIPPER.
RIPPINGSrippings n. Plural of ripping.
RIPPING n. the act of copying a track from a CD.
RIPPLERSripplers n. Plural of rippler.
RIPPLER n. a toothed tool for cleaning waxed fibre.
RIPPLETSripplets n. Plural of ripplet.
RIPPLET n. a small ripple.
RIPPLIERRIPPLY adj. marked by ripples.
RIPPLINGrippling v. Present participle of ripple.
rippling adj. Moving in a chaotic, undulating fashion, as in a flow of water or a flag blowing in the wind.
rippling n. A motion or sound that ripples.
RIPSAWEDripsawed v. Simple past tense and past participle of ripsaw.
RIPSAW v. to cut with a ripsaw.
RIPSTOPSripstops n. Plural of ripstop.
RIPSTOP n. a fabric woven so that small tears do not spread.
RIPTIDESriptides n. Plural of riptide.
rip␣tides n. Plural of rip tide.
RIPTIDE n. a tide that opposes other tides.

Scrabble words — in black are valid world wide — in RED are not valid in North America — in GREEN are valid only in North America.
Definitions are short excerpt from the WikWik.org and 1Word.ws.

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