Reckon Definition

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# Sentence Times
1. 'Ay, ay ,'said Silver,'like enough; you wouldn't look to find a bishop here, I reckon. 1
2. 'They'll never find out.' 'You reckon?' 1
3. " What's that, foregone conclusion then you reckon sir ?' said the barman. " Arsenal without a chance? " 1
4. "I reckon there's still a few in the cards, there's still more to do -- particularly in steel-related products," said James Wilson, an analyst at DJ Carmichael. 1
5. "I reckon there's still a few in the cards, there's still more to do -- particularly in steel-related products," said James Wilson(This website/dj.html), an analyst at DJ Carmichael. 1
6. A castle garrison was sometimes glad to see their town reduced to ashes, reckoning that it simplified the task of defence. 1
7. A dead reckoning algorithm was presented which is suitable for first - person shooting games. 1
8. A fool always comes short of his reckoning.  1
9. A GPS reckoning taken by a user's phone is sent to the Marmota server, which creates an AR layer that is sent back to be unpacked and overlaid. 1
10. A king who is blessed will fit out a navy and will be reckoned the twelfth in the court among the saints. 1
11. A man-made clock would certainly prove a useful accessory to astronomical reckoning but could never stand in its stead. 1
12. A man-made clock would certainly prove a useful accessory to astronomical reckoning but could never stand in its stead. This website 1
13. A man, too, who could boast of Dante for a genealogist, and could reckon back to the Divine Comedy. 1
14. A student over sixteen reckons as two under eleven in the calculation of school building costs. 1
15. A whaler from Brighton, Massachusetts, is reckoned tohave been the first in Japanese waters, in 1820, when it came upon a pod ofsperm whales. 1
16. Above all, the government wants to wipe out the senior Tigers, including Velupillai Prabhakaran, a vicious supremo it reckons to be still alive and on the battlefield. 1
17. According to Columbus's own reckoning he was near the Indies , so he called the Island people los Indios. 1
18. Act Two: Day of Reckoning. 0
19. After all the suffering that you have had to reckon with in the past, your present struggle will seem easy. 1
20. After all the suffering that you have had to reckon with in the past(Sentence dictionary), your present struggle will seem easy. 1
21. After dinner comes the reckoning. 1
22. After that, they reckon, they can face any pain barrier. 1
23. All pointed to a day of reckoning in the future. 1
24. Also, Haines reckons that fair play has helped it win repeat orders. 1
25. Although Mr McKinnell's style is more approachable than his predecessor's, close observers reckon his substance is just as strong. 1
26. Amnesty International, which released the leaked document, reckons that the wording is so sweeping that it would “in effect criminalise legitimate dissent. 1
27. An earthquake of magnitude 7 is reckoned as a major quake. 1
28. An ounce of coral beads was reckoned to be worth ten large jars of oil. 1
29. Analysts reckon the company's net profit probably halved last year, to around 500 billion lire. 1
30. And he retains the sense of wry humour which he reckons every newspaperman needs, if only to keep him sane. 1
 

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List of Suffixes

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