Definition of Reckonings

1. Noun. (plural of reckoning) ¹



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Definition of Reckonings

1. reckoning [n] - See also: reckoning

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reckonings

reckon for
reckon on
reckon upon
reckon with
reckon without
reckoned
reckoned for
reckoned on
reckoned upon
reckoner
reckoners
reckoning
reckoning for
reckoning on
reckoning upon
reckonings (current term)
reckons
reckons for
reckons on
reckons upon
recks
reclad
recladded
recladding
reclads
reclaim
reclaimable
reclaimant
reclaimants
reclaimed

Literary usage of Reckonings

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1. Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys, F.R.S.: Secretary to the by Samuel Pepys, Richard Griffin Braybrooke (1855)
"But that they mean well and will do well; but their reckonings are very good, and show great faults, as I will insert here. They say the King hath had ..."

2. The Nature of Capital and Income by Irving Fisher (1906)
"XII, ยง 7) Mathematical Relations between the Rates of Discount for Different Time reckonings The rates of discount for different time reckonings are related ..."

3. The Political State of the British Empire: Containing a General View of the by John Adolphus (1818)
"For Highland and other regiments wearing peculiar clothing, peculiar regulations are made. OFF reckonings. Out of the off reckonings (6d. per day from each ..."

4. A Practical Treatise on the Forms of Process: Containing the New Regulations by Thomas Beveridge, Scotland Jury Court (1826)
"Of counts and reckonings. Of old, these processes were more numerous than they now are, and the proceedings in them were often very complicated and ..."

5. An Appeal to Pharaoh: The Negro Problem, and Its Radical Solution by Carlyle McKinley, Gustavus M. Pinckney (1907)
"reckonings OF NUMBERS. "Ix is desirable enough to get rid of the Negro; we can all agree to that proposition," will it be said? "But it is impracticable. ..."

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