The act of receiving, or the fact of having been received (noun)
The fact of having received a blow, injury etc. (noun)
A quantity or amount received; takings (noun)
A written acknowledgment that a specified article or sum of money has been received (noun)
A recipe, instructions, prescription (noun)
A receptacle (noun)
A revenue office (noun)
To give or write a receipt (for something) (verb)
To mark a bill as having been paid (verb)
Examples of word receipt
The other receipt is as follows: – Take of grated bread, mashed potatoes, grated carrot, chopped suet, currants, and sugar, each a quarter of a pound, two eggs beaten up with a little salt, and a little grated nutmeg and lemon-peel, with a very little powdered cinnamon to flavour it.
Glennda the Beckerhead can say these things because in his back pocket he has the receipt from the loaves and fishes miracle showing Jesus charged a fair market price for the produce and made a tidy little profit, and because those missions the mormons run to age their football players are not about helping the less fortunate but about proselytizing and adding converts.
On any one day, over 1,000,000 people are in receipt of poor-law relief in the United Kingdom.
"Shut up, Mulligan!" was Bert Rhine's command, in receipt of which he received a venomous stare from the cripple.
I am in receipt of your e-mail and response to my enquiry to Mr. Bob