Reckoning

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Reckoning

1. See: Bill.

2. See: Account.

3. Informal; an estimation.
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But if a man was dead sober, I reckon maybe that whack might fetch him; I dono.
Besides, I reckon he ain't ever com- ing back to this town any more.
Well," he says, "I'm right down sorry, Aunt Polly, but I reckon I got to be excused--for the present.
I reckon he's somebody they think they better be on the good side of, for they've tried to please him by hiring his no-account brother to help on the farm when they can't hardly afford it, and don't want him around anyhow.
Howsomever, sperrits don't reckon for much, by what I've seen.
Well, I reckon it's about the blessed same to me, shipmate," he replied; "so it's strong, and plenty of it, what's the odds?
She had heard talk of immortal life from the gospel sharps, she said, but she could not reckon that what she was doin' was a likely preparation for her immortality.
I reckon the nearest I ever come to it was when a drunken Armenian cook got the snakes and tried to cut my throat with a potato knife and I got my arm burned on the stove before I could lay him out with the potato stomper.
I reckon they're the last you'll see this spring, for they're nearly done.
When they got married the book stopped right off, so I reckon their troubles were all over.
I reckon you're far enough away to make a report, all right.
Yes'm," smiled Pollyanna, cheerfully, "I reckon I do, maybe.