verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
- to include in consideration or planning; anticipate: He hadn't reckoned with so many obstacles.
- to deal with: I have to reckon with many problems every day.
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Example sentences from the Web for reckon
She awoke in a different world—at least, a world in which tea and toast and marmalade were reckonable.
It was almost as reckonable as the pleasure she felt in the work and personality of Quentin Charter.
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Idioms and Phrases with reckon
In addition to the idiom beginning with reckon
- reckon with
- force to be reckoned with