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Example Sentences for "reckon"


My neighbor reckons I'll be able to sell my car fairly quicklyI'm not sure what time we're going to leave, but I reckon it'll be no later than 7:00.

My neighbor reckons I'll be able to sell my car fairly quickly.

The government reckons the tax increase will bring in well over five million pounds in revenue within the first year.

Police reckon to lay charges against a man involved in a fight that sent a local lad to hospital this evening.

According to my reckoning, we should arrive in just over an hour.

The reckoning of the captain had them landing on the planet within a century or two.

I reckon on the tournament costing us about $300 for our hotel, food, and transportation.

Dorothea Kent once remarked, A man ninety years old was asked why he had lived so long. 'I reckon,' he said, 'It's because most nights I went to bed and slept when I should have sat up and worried.'

He says he doesn't know why his marriage failed, but I reckon it's because he was too busy at work all the time.

By our reckoning, he should be finished work in about 15 minutes.

Janet is reckoned by most to be the top salesperson in this company.

He thought he would get the job fairly easily, but he hadn't reckoned on so many people applying.

Harry hadn't reckoned on the boss being so angry at him, and was quite surprised when he got fired.

The new right is obviously going to be a force to be reckoned with in the upcoming elections.

Ralph Waldo Emerson once wrote that a friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece of Nature.

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