Thesaurus / reciprocated

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Even if they reciprocate next year with a text, this is an opportunity for you to be kind and generous.

A casual examination of the list of his loves, reciprocated or spurned, would make a companion to that of Weimar.

EgoistsJames Huneker

For weeks she had known that Inez loved Jack; now she felt sure that this affection must be reciprocated.

The SpellWilliam Dana Orcutt

He was imagining for Eric a sunny future--a future of splendid usefulness, of reciprocated love, of brilliant fame.

EricFrederic William Farrar

Could one venture to hope that in your case the pleasure is reciprocated?

By Right of PurchaseHarold Bindloss

He loved her children as his own, and they reciprocated the affection in a way that embalms their names in amber forevermore.

These changes are reciprocated by the verb, which, as often as occasion requires, is made to put on a substantive form.

In all relations of a personal character he reciprocated trust with the whole tenacity of his nature.

Ulysses S. GrantWalter Allen

Cyprien reciprocated with the history of his dismissal and a short account of his theory of the two banks of the river.

Two banks of the SeineFernand Vandrem

In the park he would ride near the carriage, and showed plainly that he reciprocated her admiration.

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