Origin of receipt
OTHER WORDS FROM receiptnon·re·ceipt, nounpre·re·ceipt, verb (used with object)un·re·ceipt·ed, adjective
How to use receipt in a sentence
“I was so paranoid that I would shred the receipts,” she said.
Total receipts were $9,501,795, with expenses of $9,447,467 and $381,098 benefiting candidates.
Total receipts were $10,659,371, with expenses of $9,263,753 and $1,027,354 benefiting candidates.
Total receipts were $3,801,897, with expenses of $3,675,432 and $326,810 benefiting candidates.
Total receipts were $2,068,666, with expenses of $2,120,019 and $106,000 benefiting candidates.
But the continual drafts had kept ever in advance of the receipts, draining the exchequer—crippling its faculties.
Railway expectations ran high; immense traffic receipts, sorely needed, ought to have swelled the coffers of the companies.
"Scamps would claim money twice over when they could," said Mr. Carr; and Elster was a careless man, always losing his receipts.Elster's Folly|Mrs. Henry Wood
The revenue collected within the province (including the customs receipts) is spent therein.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman
The elevator company must keep on hand enough grain to meet all outstanding receipts.Putnam's Handy Law Book for the Layman|Albert Sidney Bolles