receipt


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Synonyms for receipt

sales slip

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receiving

Synonyms for receipt

the act of receiving

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an acknowledgment (usually tangible) that payment has been made

report the receipt of

mark or stamp as paid

References in classic literature ?
He merely asked his friends to come and help him drink some, of a remarkable fine quality and rich flavour, that he had ordered up from the city a couple of months ago, and of which he would be in the receipt upon the morrow.
But the best receipt (best, I say, to work, and best to take) is the admonition of a friend.
The receipt of this draft for ten thousand dollars, under all these circumstances, partially lifted a burden that had been pressing down upon me for days.
There's your receipt, Soldier; and now I'm responsible for the prisoner.
Nesbitt bit his lip, but he said nothing till he had the receipt and had fastened it up in his pocket.
How long ha' ye been goin' tull sea,' says I, 'not tull be knowin' the mate's duty uz tull deluver no cargo wuthout receipt for same?
The registering woman began copying the address on the receipt form, in a business-like manner cheering and delightful to see.
The first San Francisco newspaper to which I mailed it never acknowledged receipt of the manuscript, but held on to it.
Ye'll no' mind," he added, suddenly returning to business, "writin' me joost a line--in the way o' receipt, ye ken--to clear me o' ony future suspicion in the matter o' the letter?
The next day go to my office, see the head clerk, and say, 'I have come to sign my receipt.
He therefore had recourse to his usual receipt of patience, for, though he was not a great adept in Latin, he remembered, and well understood, the advice contained in these words
he exclaimed; and the receipt for the "Lily of the Valley Water" was instantly incorporated into Kidnapped.
Vronsky's valet came in to ask him to sign a receipt for a telegram from Petersburg.
The paper in question acknowledged the receipt of a valuable of great price which Mr.
Bardell said this, she applied her handkerchief to her eyes, and went out of the room to get the receipt.