Word:

Recoupe

TO RECOUPE. This word is derived from the French recouper, to cut again. In law it signifies the right and the act of making a set-off, defalcation, or discount, by the defendant, to the claim of the plaintiff. 21 Wend. It. 342. In another sense it signifies to recompense. 19 Ves. 123.

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Recorder
recorder player
Recordership
Recording
recording equipment
recording label
recording machine
recording studio
recording system
records
Recorporification
Recouch
Recount
recounting
Recountment
Recoup
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Recouper
Recoupment
Recourse
Recourseful
Recover
Recover arms
Recoverable
recovered
Recoveree
Recoverer
recovering
Recoveror
Recovery
recovery room
Recreance
Recreancy
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