Montmorency had requited her good services with ingratitude, repeatedly endeavouring to estrange Francis from her.
But we have seen before the manner in which he requited hospitality.
Surely such nobility ought to be requited with nothing less than love!
In return for the honour they did us, and the gifts of hospitality they gave the army, we requited them with honour.
Recollect, he said, how the French aristocracy surrendered their privileges in 1789, and how that surrender was requited.
You have served me too faithfully and too well to be requited thus.
How you have requited him, your own heart more loudly tells you than my words.
What must he think of her now, to be requited thus after all he had done for her?
One death demands another, judgment is requited with judgment.
I had feelings of affection, and they were requited by detestation and scorn.