quittance[ kwit-ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF quittance
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He must have legal purgation, discharge, release from custody, quittance.
I may yet cry 'quittance; Though now I suffer, and dare not resist.
The guerdon; the quittance; could it be possible after all, the end was not far?
Himself, nay—he sent it to me; but I gave the quittance as to Mr Louvaine.
The man was a bankrupt; but still he had given her all he had to give, a quittance.
I've sent him his quittance papers, and he's your enemy for all time.
But "legal tender" money is not always an adequate means of quittance.
In a few minutes I should receive a quittance, and be free to think only of myself.
I beg that you will give me this quittance, for it may serve me.'
If this is right, please let me have a formal receipt and quittance.
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