verb (used with object), re·quit·ed, re·quit·ing.
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Historical Examples of requiting
The book, if requiting for the expense of publication, will be considered a success financially.Company G
A. R. (Albert Rowe) Barlow
Requiting these attentions, she accompanied him to the Torwood when he went to scale the tall pine-trees in quest of young rooks.
Some of those who thus befriended him were only requiting former favours.The Expositor's Bible: The Second Book of Samuel
W. G. Blaikie
My own acceptance is not that they are imposing upon us: that they are requiting us.The Book of the Damned
What pain there is in gratitude, I have often felt; but the pleasure of requiting an obligation has always been out of my reach.The Works of William Cowper