What is reckon?

  • (verb): Take account of.
    Example: "You have to reckon with our opponents"
    Synonyms: count
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West Country Dialects - Additional Selected Vocabulary
... Cheerzen/Cheers'en" (Somerset, Bristol) – Thank you (from "Cheers, then") "Chinny reckon" (North Somerset) – I do not believe you in the slightest (from older West Country English ich ne reckon 'I don't ... "Janny Reckon" (Cornwall and Devon) – Derived from "Chinny Reckon" and "Janner", and is often used in response to a wildly exaggerated fisherman's tale ...
Shawn Lane - Discography - Solo Albums
... Warner Bros 1999 The Tri-Tone Fascination, Eye Reckon Records 2001 Powers of Ten Live!, Eye Reckon Records 2006 Powers of Ten, Eye Reckon Records ...

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Famous quotes containing the word reckon:

    “That’s where I reckon Santa Claus comes in
    To be our parents’ pseudonymity
    In Christmas giving, so they can escape
    The thanks and let him catch it as a scapegoat....”
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    There are people who indulge themselves in a sort of lying, which they reckon innocent, and which in one sense is so; for it hurts nobody but themselves. This sort of lying is the spurious offspring of vanity, begotten upon folly.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)

    The best sun we have is made of Newcastle coal, and I am determined never to reckon upon any other.
    Horace Walpole (1717–1797)