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reck (one's) own rede
To trust in and use one's own advice. "Reck" means "to heed," while "rede" means "advice"; both are archaic words. A: "I have told my sister to question men she deems untrustworthy." B: "Then, my lady, if you do not trust Sir Walton, I think you need to reck your own rede and confront him."
redd up the house
colloquial To clean or tidy up one's home. Primarily heard in US. Grandma gets here on Saturday, so we seriously need to redd up the house. I'm off from work this week, and I don't want to spend the whole time redding up the house.
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