recountal

[ree-koun-tl]
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Origin of recountal

First recorded in 1860–65; recount + -al2
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Historical Examples of recountal

  • Kent was thinking of Loring's recountal as he stood looking down on her.

    The Grafters

    Francis Lynde

  • The story as told in his own language reads like the recountal of an everyday event.

    Aircraft and Submarines

    Willis J. Abbot.

  • There is even in her village a beautiful and high monument of marble which sets forth all the recountal of her death.

  • There she sends cold shivers down Mandy Ann's back, by a recountal of the late occurrence.

  • But the recountal of his romantic career must now yield to our chronological survey of the lesser naval events of the Revolution.