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adjective as in calculated

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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.

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.

From Fortune

They were there to put on a show and deliver a message: behold, we are a technological power with which to be reckoned!

I think he had something to prove that he on his own was a force to be reckoned with.

But the band grew and grew and we were a force to be reckoned with as a concept.

Instead, the Know-Nothings were briefly a force to be reckoned with.

In sunny regions, the company reckoned, solar energy could account for about 80 percent of the energy needed for oil recovery.

To every four or five blacks may be reckoned a mulatto, and it is only here and there that a white man is to be seen.

Korean women are reckoned of little importance and take no part in social and family affairs.

Secretly she had reckoned upon that, as upon something that was certain, something for which she had only to wait.

The doing of duty to our neighbour and to ourselves, cannot be reckoned as the fulfilment of our obligations to God.

It is reckoned a great delicacy, but, for my own part, I found its flesh rather dry.


On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reckoned, such as: determined, computed, estimated, figured, and tallied.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.