Requital [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Requital:

Is this your requital for the part I have borne amongst you?

Her affections may be bestowed where they shall meet no requital.

But it awoke no association there, and ‘Thank you, my dear,’ was the only requital.

This requital, so unexpected, was more dreadful to her than the scaffold.

The third concrete moral idea is that of equity, or requital.

The natural demand is that the requital shall be adequate to the deed.

The days of visitation have come, have come the days of requital.

How is it possible to help a city that makes such a requital to those who save her?

I craved for nothing but the just requital of my own passion.

His requital was a pistol shot in the shoulder from the treacherous Swede.