from The Century Dictionary.

  • An obsolete form of recount.


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  • And then she began to recompt vnto her the misfortune of Mendozza, the thraldome wherunto his enemies had brought him, and for conclusion, that there was no hope of helpe to be expected at his handes.

    The Palace of Pleasure, Volume 1 William Painter

  • Seleucus (of whom I recompt this historie) by giuing his wife to his sonne, did accomplish a miraculous act, and worthy (in deede) of sempiternall remembraunce, and greatlye to bee commended therefore, who although he had achieued infinite victories ouer his enemies, yet there was none of them all so great as the victorie of himselfe, and his passions.

    The Palace of Pleasure, Volume 1 William Painter


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