I took much pains to requite that kindness, and now I cry quits with Master Andrew.'
In return, I did what I could to requite her, and my good will was not overlooked.
He for whom they spilled their blood by God's decree will requite it in full measure.
Well then, do they requite your gifts of gold with gratitude?
What is to requite me for all this courtesy on sufferance, all this mockery of consideration?
There's many a coinage costlier than ever the mint fashioned; he may requite me thus.
How ill do they requite the goodness of God in the use and abuse of the plenty He yields them!
He had aroused her passion and no amount of long-distance love could requite it.
But thou, O Lord, have mercy on me, and raise my up again: and I will requite them.
I was praying for the happiness of your future years—praying that I might requite your love.