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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RECKONED

The extent of land is reckoned not by acreage, but by the heads of cattle it will keep.

Could she have reckoned upon weaning me from him by a display of his awkwardness?

To be sure it must have been hard for her to guess what sort of a husband he reckoned to make her.

It was now an hour after midnight and they reckoned that they had come about the right distance.

She stuck in his imagination for many an hour as a force to be reckoned with.

There were no landlords, no capitalists, no employers to be reckoned with.

They were, therefore, not only universally prevalent, but were reckoned as virtues.

In the fifth year of the settlement these salaries, reckoned in money, amounted to from £350 to £600.

Values are reckoned in “skins”—­that is, a “skin” is the unit of value.

He was reckoned well-favoured, but I cannot say that I found him so.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR RECKONED

calculated

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