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reckoning

1. settlement of an account or bill
2. a bill or account
3. Navigation short for dead reckoning
References in classic literature ?
I reckon they've forgot his real name long before this.
Besides, I reckon he ain't ever com- ing back to this town any more.
Yes'm," smiled Pollyanna, cheerfully, "I reckon I do, maybe.
I didn't know he had a daughter, but I reckon you must be her.
If you get outa the way, I reckon I can find my own way out.
I reckon, then, I'd have to choke you and maul you some bad.
He don't know me from Adam, and I reckon he don't know he done me outa anything.
If I got caught, I reckon I wouldn't get a mite less than ten years.
I reckon I'd best warn you that that there trigger-pull is filed dreadful fine.
The world's a pretty low down place to have a thing like you prowling around in it, but it ain't so plumb low down, I reckon, as to let you put a hole in me.
There was a spell in the first half at John Smith's Stadium when I reckon we basically didn't see the ball for about 18 minutes.
Movie fans reckon Balthazar Bratt, the new villain in Despicable Me 3, is the living spit of the legendary Trainspotting crazy man.