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See definition of reckoned on Dictionary.com
  • verbadd up; evaluate
  • verbsuppose, imagine

synonyms for reckoned

  • calculate
  • look upon
  • surmise
  • take account of
  • account
  • appraise
  • approximate
  • call
  • cast
  • cipher
  • compute
  • conjecture
  • consider
  • count
  • deem
  • enumerate
  • esteem
  • estimate
  • figure
  • foot
  • gauge
  • guess
  • hold
  • judge
  • number
  • place
  • put
  • rate
  • regard
  • square
  • sum
  • tally
  • tot
  • total
  • tote
  • view
  • count heads
  • count noses
  • figure out
  • keep tabs
  • run down
  • think of
  • tick off
  • tot up
  • tote up
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antonyms for reckoned

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  • abandon
  • cancel
  • disbelieve
  • displace
  • disregard
  • forget
  • ignore
  • receive
  • remove
  • stop
  • subtract
  • take
  • neglect
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How to use reckoned in a sentence

A former contestant on Last Comic Standing, Rodriguez is also a commentator on The Young Turks and an unmistakable voice to be reckoned with.
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They reckon they can get the testing time down from five minutes—which is how long it takes with their initial processing method—to mere seconds with the technique they are now developing.
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In their effort to improve diversity, inclusion, and equity in much more meaningful, intersectional ways than before, organizations are deeply reckoning with the gap between intentions and progress.
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It’s about time to reckon with just how to treat an undefeated Brigham Young team that keeps clobbering everyone on its path.
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Dashmir Farizi, co-owner of the Punto e Virgola pizzeria in Berlin’s Schöneberg district, reckons that leaves him with about a quarter of his previous trade.
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Illustrated by Monica Ahanonu, each portrait is accompanied by a short biography about what makes each woman a force to be reckoned with.
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A mixed result means if elected, he will have to reckon with Mitch McConnell—which either leads to gridlock, or, more hopefully, to a much-needed effort at reconciliation and more centrist policies.
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He will join a Democratic caucus that looks to be smaller and more liberal come January — and as his interview on The Carlos Watson Show reveals, he’ll be a force to be reckoned with.
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Kai Jones, son of Todd Jones and nephew of Jeremy Jones, is a force to be reckoned with.
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Bebchuk, however, says that there are many actions that are not win-win, and in the economics of business, there are tradeoffs that must be reckoned with.
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WORDS RELATED TO RECKONED

  • computed
  • determined
  • estimated
  • figured
  • reckoned
  • tallied
  • accounted
  • alleged
  • assumed
  • conjectural
  • considered
  • deemed
  • estimated
  • held
  • hypothetical
  • ostensible
  • putative
  • reckoned
  • regarded
  • reported
  • rumored
  • said
  • seeming
  • supposed
  • suppositional
  • suppositious
  • supposititious
  • suppositive
  • suppository
  • thought
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