Definition: (1) To make repayment or return for; (2) to avenge
“We found purchase then with no requite – nothing nice.”
—“Cyanide” on The Dissent of Man
Note: Though “requite” is typically a verb, it is used in the above lyric as a noun meaning “repayment”.
In a sentence: That wolf may have killed Liam Neeson’s wife, but by the look of those glass shards taped to his hands, he’s going to requite that injury quite brutally.
Synonyms: repay, return, retaliate
Antonyms: refuse, dissatisfy
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