reciprocal

[ ri-sip-ruh-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF reciprocal

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RECIPROCAL

The feeling then was reciprocal, and he was proposed for the vacant seat.

Their influence on us is at least reciprocal with ours on them.

Science appears to show that every physical process is reciprocal, and may be reversed.

The doctrine of the discourse was the reciprocal duty of pastor and people.

If such occur, then comes in the assistance of the reciprocal insurance.

Certainly, because the pleasure is reciprocal, and consequently greater.

Jarvis Thornton enjoyed his father, and the enjoyment was reciprocal.

See the benefits that flow from the reciprocal influence of religion.

Shall the moments of our reciprocal ecstasies be reflected on with horror?

A reciprocal feeling was alone necessary to complete the measure of her joy.

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