- Present participle of reckon.
NounReckoning (plural Reckonings)
- The action of calculating or estimating something.
- By that reckoning, it would take six weeks to go five miles.
- (archaic) The bill (UK) or check (US), especially at an inn or tavern.
- An opinion or judgement.
- The working out of consequences or retribution for one's actions.
Adjectives for Reckoning
annual; lunar; dreadful; final; false; dead; swift.
Verbs for Reckoning
confuse—; demand—; discharge—; discount—; estimate—; ignore—; probe—; value—; weed out of—; —accounts for; —acquits; —balances ; —clarifies; —dishonors; —fathoms; —nullifies; —repays.
a reckoning of, account, account current, account of, account rendered, account stated, accounts, adding, addition, aggregate, allowance, amount, analyzing, appraisal, appraisement, appraising, appreciation, arithmetic, assessing, assessment, balance, bill, bill of account, bill of lading, blackmail, blood money, body count, box score, calculating, calculation, calculus, capitulation, cash account, cast, casting, census, check, check of, ciphering, computation, control account, count, count of, counting, difference, doom, dun, emolument, enumeration, estimate, estimation, evaluating, evaluation, evaluative criticism, fee, figuring, footing, gauging, head count, hush money, income account, initiation fee, inventory, invoice, itemized bill, manifest, measurement, mileage, nose count, number, opinion, product, provision account, quantity, ranking, rating, recapitulation, recount, recounting, rehearsal, repertory, retainer, retaining fee, retribution, revenue account, running account, sales account, score, scot, selling account, statement, stipend, stock account, sum, summary, summation, summing, summing up, suspense account, tab, tabs of, tale, tally, tally of, the bottom line, the story, the whole story, total, totaling, toting, track of, tribute, valuation, valuation account, valuing, view, weighing, whole, x number
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