Definitions of Reck

  1. To make account of; to care for; to heed; to regard.
  2. To concern; - used impersonally.
  3. To make account; to take heed; to care; to mind; - often followed by of.
  4. To care for; heed.
  5. To care; mind; as, he recks not of danger; to be of concern; matter; as, it recks not.
  6. To care for: to regard.
  7. To care for; regard.
  8. To care ( for); heed; mind.
  9. To care; to mind.
  10. To regard; to heed; to care for.

Usage examples for Reck

  1. What reck we of the fruit of autumn- tide? – Love's Comedy by Henrik Ibsen
  2. But a man and a woman reck little of time or locality when the call of love's spring- time sounds in their ears. – The Captain of the Kansas by Louis Tracy
  3. Be prosperous; and what reck if it arose Out of some pebble with the stream at strife, Or that the light wind dallied with the boughs? – Northumberland Yesterday and To-day by Jean F. Terry
  4. Let us not reck to whom she deal out her silver and her gold. – The Nibelungenlied by Unknown
  5. In truth I reck not, if it vex King Etzel's wife. – The Nibelungenlied by Unknown
  6. Loss of time I will not reck- Nothing shall my ardor check, Should he seek other clime!" – The Emigrant Mechanic and Other Tales In Verse Together With Numerous Songs Upon Canadian Subjects by Thomas Cowherd
  7. And that being so, what need he reck what she called herself or whence she came. – Chippinge Borough by Stanley J. Weyman
  8. If it will serve thee, reck thou not a bean; Look that thine heart be merry evermo! – Chaucer and His England by G. G. Coulton
  9. I fear the Abbot of Blossholme and his hired ruffians, who reck little of the laws, as the soul of dead Sir John knows now, or can use them as a cover to evil deeds. – The Lady Of Blossholme by H. Rider Haggard
  10. Did the man who killed Lady Dyke reck of these things? – A Mysterious Disappearance by Gordon Holmes
  11. Rudeger answered with a smile: Now well is me of these tales, that the high- born kings do reck of my service. – The Nibelungenlied by Unknown
  12. Little do I reck, spake the queen, whether I ever see Folker here. – The Nibelungenlied by Unknown
  13. In those days, which men reck not of now, man, when he hungered, fed on the flesh of his fellow man and found it sweet. – Trooper Peter Halket of Mashonaland by Olive Schreiner
  14. I tell you, girl, come embrace; What reck we of churchling and priest With hands on paunch, and chubby face? – Georgian Poetry 1920-22 by Various
  15. Reck not whether your bullets sweep away as many Mussulmans as Hungarians, myself included! – The Slaves of the Padishah by Mór Jókai
  16. 5 We reck not what we gave thee; We will not dare to doubt thee, But ask whatever else, and we will dare! – Story Hour Readings: Seventh Year by E.C. Hartwell
  17. And as you eat your fish from the store how little do you reck of the glamour of what you are doing! – Walking-Stick Papers by Robert Cortes Holliday
  18. Little did she reck that thus Adiva had anointed the member each night. – A Maid at King Alfred’s Court by Lucy Foster Madison
  19. What did he reck of these? – The Intriguers by William Le Queux
  20. 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 by Adela Florence Cory Nicolson (AKA Laurence Hope), et al.