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Reck (O. Edd. reak or wreak), to care for, to mind: “what --eth he his rider's angry stir,” Ven. 283. “--ing as little what betideth me,” Gent. IV, 3, 40. “and little --s to find the way to heaven by doing deeds of hospitality,” As II, 4, 81. “I r. not though I end my life to-day,” Troil. V, 6, 26. “--s not his own rede,” Hml. I, 3, 51. “that's all I r.” Cymb. IV, 2, 154.
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