Requitable
Requitable Re*quit"a*ble (-kw?t"?-b'l), a. That may be requited. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • requitable — See requite. * * * …   Universalium

  • requitable — requīˈtable adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑requite …   Useful english dictionary

  • requite — requitable, adj. requitement, n. requiter, n. /ri kwuyt /, v.t., requited, requiting. 1. to make repayment or return for (service, benefits, etc.). 2. to make retaliation for (a wrong, injury, etc.); avenge. 3. to make return to (a person …   Universalium

  • requiter — See requitable. * * * …   Universalium

  • requite — /rəˈkwaɪt / (say ruh kwuyt) verb (t) (requited, requiting) 1. to make repayment or return for (service, benefits, etc.). 2. to make retaliation for (a wrong, injury, etc.). 3. to make return to (a person) for service, etc. 4. to make retaliation… …   Australian English dictionary

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