Acco'mpt. n.s. [Fr. compter and compte, anciently accompter. Skinner.] An account, a reckoning. See Account.
The soul may have time to call itself to a just accompt of all things past, by means whereof repentance is perfected. Hooker, b. v. § 46.
Each Christmas they accompts did clear;
And wound their bottom round the year. Prior.