Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. That which is received; especially, something taken into the mind from an external source; an idea derived from observation.
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“Verkar hur gott som helst :- Ser fram emot recept!”
“You can put so much information into that mind, it's in full recept mode.”
“It comes down to the genes their parents have passed down and how well they can recept and respond to them.”
“I have written twice to you since the recept of your last favour”
“I wish you to be very particular in letting me know by various opportunities and ways, after the recept of this, whether you have been able to do any thing for them, that I may relieve the minds of these distresst parents.”
“[John to Abigail, 04 August 1777] came by last nights post, and I have to acknowledge the recept of yours of july 27”
“Dollars I do here in due form give him my full recept and aquittance.”
“Griswold & Miss Meriam, having departed some time agone, I forget whether I mention'd the recept of Nancy's present.”
“In the above interpretation of Matthew we follow the reading adikias; it would not apply if we take that of the lect. recept., viz., akrasias; which is not without good authority.”
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