Reck

Part of speech: verb

To care ( for); heed; mind.

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Usage examples "reck":

  1. For little women reck of Crime If young and fair the criminal be Here in this tropic, amorous clime Where love is still untamed and free. - "India's Love Lyrics", Adela Florence Cory Nicolson (AKA Laurence Hope), et al..
  2. What reck we of the fruit of autumn- tide? - "Love's Comedy", Henrik Ibsen.
  3. Then they all prayed Sir Galahad to take the sword, and so anon he gripped it in his fingers; and the maiden girt it round his waist, saying, " Now reck I not though I die, for I have made thee the worthiest knight of all the world." - "King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table", Unknown.