Requiter \Re*quit"er\ (-kw?t"?r), n. One who requites. [1913 Webster]

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  • requiter — rə̇ˈkwīd.ə(r), ītə noun ( s) : one that requites something ungrateful requiter of the kindness of such friends American …   Useful english dictionary

  • requiter — noun see requite …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • requiter — See requitable. * * * …   Universalium

  • requiter — noun One who requites …   Wiktionary

  • requiter — n. one who performs a reciprocal act; recompenser, one who repays; one who takes revenge, retaliator …   English contemporary dictionary

  • requiter — re·quit·er …   English syllables

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  • requite — transitive verb (requited; requiting) Etymology: re + obsolete quite to quit, pay, from Middle English quiten more at quit Date: 1529 1. a. to make return for ; repay b. to make retaliation for ; avenge …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • Last Judgment — judgment (def. 8). [1550 60] * * * ▪ religion  a general, or sometimes individual, judging of the thoughts, words, and deeds of persons by God, the gods, or by the laws of cause and effect. In some religions (e.g., Christianity) the judgment is… …   Universalium

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