“Thus, for example, a family called Wedel had so many branches that in the sixteenth century it could at one time reckon on two hundred men among its own members capable of bearing arms.”
“This conformity, saith he, we ought to reckon on as our duty: “Reckon ye yourselves to be dead indeed unto sin;” that is, that you ought so to be, in that conformity which you ought to aim at unto Christ crucified.”
“The Directory replied that he must not reckon on a diversion in Germany, and that the armies of the Sambre-et-Meuse and the Rhine were not to pass that river.”
“‘Us didn’t reckon on deaders,’ said one of the men very sullenly.”
“Yes, I was jealous of Vera; yes, I was planning to marry her to Bolshintsov, so as to get her away from you and from myself; yes, I took advantage of my position, of my being older, to find out her secret and -- of course I didn't reckon on that -- I betrayed myself.”
“‘What time, ’said Wexford, ‘do you reckon on leaving Mrs Lovell’s to go home”
‘reckon on’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for reckon on.