Thesaurus / reck

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Yet there are dangers, dangers to me of which I reck little, and dangers to thee.

The Ghost KingsH. Rider Haggard

I reck'n he'd like to be all the while in the saddle on the Downs.

Boy WoodburnAlfred Ollivant

Not that I reck for peril; but, methinks, twenty years of danger and adventure ought to be succeeded by a season of tranquillity.

Wagner, the Wehr-WolfGeorge W. M. Reynolds

Reck'n she hear Pet's hoof hit de hard groun' an' hit skeered her.

Sons and FathersHarry Stillwell Edwards

What is well done I feel as if I did; what is ill done I reck not of.

Essays, Second SeriesRalph Waldo Emerson

Or what reck the rough gold-diggers, and stalwart trappers, seen around the table, for any or all of them?

Reck if they let him sleep on in the grave where a Briton has laid him.

The English LanguageRobert Gordon Latham

I reck'n he'd liefer claw on to your throat, lad, nor ony o' oors.

Bob, Son of BattleAlfred Ollivant

"I reck'n the Cup is kind o' company to him," said Jim Mason.

Bob, Son of BattleAlfred Ollivant

An old scrip hung about her neck, Nought of her raiment did she reck.

Poems by the WayWilliam Morris

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