The next day, Bill was gleeful in recounting how he ran Richard and Tony ragged.
The recounting of sexual abuse in the car with the coach did catch me off guard.
In recounting what happened, he told me one leg “knocked out” a buddy as it flew through the air (his friend was OK).
“We all shrank,” she says, recounting how much weight everyone lost as a result of stress and poverty.
Vasari, as Hall recounts, rarely mentions individual drawings when recounting the lives of the great artists.
What sufferings I endured from hunger and thirst, I will not weary you by recounting.
When I asked him of what he had been guilty, he began by recounting his war work.
She rose and began to prepare their luncheon, recounting her adventures meanwhile in a rather flat voice.
He whispered to the dog for a long while, recounting his troubles.
Bayle exhausts himself in recounting all the infamies imputed by fable to the gods of antiquity.
"to tell," mid-15c., also recompt, from Old North French and Anglo-French reconter (12c., Modern French raconter), from Old French re- (see re-) + conter "to relate, reckon" (see count (v)). Related: Recounted; recounting.