Hereat the brewer did wonder, and desired to see the quittance.
The guerdon; the quittance; could it be possible after all, the end was not far?
The portrait has the look of being designed as a quittance in full of old scores.
I've sent him his quittance papers, and he's your enemy for all time.
The man was a bankrupt; but still he had given her all he had to give, a quittance.
In a few minutes I should receive a quittance, and be free to think only of myself.
The deputy turned over his charge to him, received his quittance, and went away.
Didn't I speir her giving him his quittance once for all that night when he rode away after they had pitten ye to bed?
If the thing should not come to pass, "omittance is no quittance" (ce qui est différé, n'est pas perdu).
The king ordered its registration, "for the good of his kingdom and for quittance of the promise he had given the pope."