to have care, concern, or regard (often followed by of, with, or a clause).
to take heed.
Archaic. to be of concern or importance; matter: It recks not.
Archaic. to have regard for; mind; heed.
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How to use reck in a sentence
He was on his way to make some inquiries of a firm of solicitors, Messrs. Kedge and reck, strangers to him in all but name.
Evening following your instructions, had to see managing clerk of Kedge and reck; was engaged on a little matter for them.
Lordship made a joke of it; took up the matter as a brother ought; wrote himself to Kedge and reck to get it settled.
He has been in Australia for several years, he says; went there directly after he left Kedge and reck's that autumn.
Den I reck'n'd I'd inves' de thirty-five dollars right off en keep things a-movin'.Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Complete | Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
British Dictionary definitions for reck
to mind or care about (something): to reck nought
(usually impersonal) to concern or interest (someone)
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