Quittance

• (v. t.) Discharge from a debt or an obligation; acquittance. • (v. t.) To repay; to requite. • (v. t.) Recompense; return; repayment.
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Quittance

Quit'tance (-t a ns) noun [ Middle English quitaunce , Old French quitance , French quittance . See Quit , transitive verb ] 1. Discharge from a debt or an obligation; acquittance. « Omittance is no quittance .»
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Quittance

Quit'tance transitive verb To repay; to requite. [ Obsolete] Shak.
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quittance

release from a debt or obligation; a document expressing such a release
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quittance

[n] - a document or receipt certifying release from an obligation or debt
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