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Alternative clues for the word recoup

Word definitions for recoup in dictionaries

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
vb. 1 To make back, as an investment. 2 To recover from an error. 3 (context legal English) To keep back rightfully (a part), as if by cutting off, so as to diminish a sum due; to take off (a part) from damages; to deduct. 4 (context transitive English) ...

Usage examples of recoup.

If by the time the wheat reaches the city we own every kernel of wheat between here and Ylith, then we can ship the high-quality grain to the Free Cities and the Far Coast, recoup our investment, and make our profit.

The river crossing had cost them energy he hoped to recoup by shortening their journey.

Silius Italicus now likes to imply he has given up accusing - yet he it was who laid corruption charges against Rubirius Metellus, and in order to recoup his compensation award, he is soon to accuse Metellus Negrinus of killing his father.

The Earl of Warwick, it seems, pretended to have received great injuries from the latter and threatened to recoup his losses at their expense.

Then he made a division of the skins and dried meat, and repaired to Tortuga or one of the French settlements on the coast of Hispaniola to recoup his stock of ammunition and spend the rest of his gains in a wild carouse of drunkenness and debauchery.

There is no bigger fool than a man who multiplies his vowels in a desperate bid to recoup his losses.

If you stay away from the tables and rebuild, you could recoup your fortunes within ten years even without my help.

Every time Ned wrote from India, where he was currently residing with Father in search of a way to recoup their recent losses, Olivia would soak in the letter, poring over each and every detail Ned let fall.

He could pause, and recoup, and rebuild shattered consciousness from the haven of sheltering peace.

Unable to master himself, he could not recoup his sapped will, even to raise his strung bow.

They would leave behind their grim toll of wounded and the dishonored few who failed to recoup shattered wits.

He had fed on her so often recently to recoup his own blood loss, and he had not replenished her strength as he should have.

Since peace could only be recovered through an answer, Bransian moaned, pushed erect, and groped to recoup his bludgeoned wits.

It was essential for her well-being to have periods entirely alone so that she could recoup her sapped strength.

Vermont before setting n - partly to give Sabrina time to recoup her and partly to do the same for Derek.