Requite in a sentence

Definition of Requite

To return something (usually something figurative) that has been given; to repay; to recompense | To retaliate. | requital

How to use Requite in a Sentence?

  • But, to requite that love, I must take care, Not to engage you in a civil war.
  • I am he who has come here to requite your hospitalities with unfounded calumny and to bite the hand that has fed me.
  • One of them was to love the other and to die broken-hearted because the loved one would not requite the passion.
  • I know full well that this is but a stratagem to requite me for having fooled him, and maybe his hatred will go the length of killing me.
  • It was thus he took trouble to be useful to those who could never requite him, by putting strong, wise thoughts before them.
  • And yet even birds and beasts will show gratitude; so that a man who does not requite a favour is worse even than dumb brutes.
  • And yet even birds and beasts will show gratitude; so that a man who does not requite a favour is worse even than dumb brutes.
  • Wherefore Priapus is bound to requite such honours by service, Doing his duty to guard both vineyard and garth of his lordling.
  • Now I think on't better, he has e'en stolen it for a fee, to bribe his lawyer; to requite a lie with a theft.
  • She thought that he might have waited just a little longer before giving it up, and she half unconsciously made up her mind to requite him by staying indoors after luncheon.
  • Not that they requite his indulgence with ingratitude, for they do not depredate very flagrantly on his estate; but because their pilferings and misdeeds occasion loud murmurs in the village.
  • Not that they requite his indulgence with ingratitude, for they do not depredate very flagrantly on his estate; but because their pilferings and misdeeds occasion loud murmurs in the village.
  • You cannot have inspired a boundless love without sharing it, for a cultured mind and a soul like yours cannot requite complete surrender and devotion with the death-blow.
  • Not the least; I thank you, sir, for your timely assistance, which I will requite with any thing, but the resigning of my mistress.

Short Example Sentence for Requite

  • Will you requite injustice with a worse?
  • A prisoner is little able to requite it.
  • Do not requite me thus, Madonna.
  • That's generous and brave, and I'll requite it.
  • Sir, for this Gentleness, may Heaven requite you tenfold.
  • I suspect not, And to requite thy constancy, I swear.
  • The desire to requite this kindness pierced me to the quick.
  • So is it that the Germans requite the charity of strangers.
  • Then shall I live again and requite the evil that hath been done unto me.
  • Even I in my degree will try, Fair maiden, to requite you well.
  • I thus requite thy love, Knowing all I have is due to none but thee.
  • Thee only held divine-- Requiter, now requite me!