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synonyms for reciprocates

  • repay
  • retaliate
  • barter
  • correspond
  • interchange
  • match
  • recompense
  • render
  • reply
  • requite
  • respond
  • retort
  • return
  • share
  • square
  • swap
  • swing
  • trade
  • vacillate
  • be equivalent
  • feel in return
  • make up for
  • pay one's dues
  • return the compliment
  • scratch one's back
  • serve out
  • tit for tat
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antonyms for reciprocates

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  • ask
  • disagree
  • keep
  • question
  • request
  • take
  • deny
  • refuse
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How to use reciprocates in a sentence

I have conceived a great dislike for Mrs. Monson, a feeling I am certain she reciprocates.
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The companions of the captor aid him, and he, in turn, reciprocates in similar undertakings.
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This collar reciprocates within the lower portion of the piston in a chamber which has been bored to the exact size.
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To govern a democracy you have to educate it: that contact with great masses of men reciprocates by educating the leader.
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My reply to this nonsense is, never mind whether he reciprocates your extreme condescension or not.
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Upon the following day, or perhaps that same day, the winner of the case reciprocates with another banquet.
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Mary, altogether unconscious of the reciprocal nature of John's attention, finds pleasure in it, and in her turn reciprocates.
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Patie is happy in his love for Peggy who reciprocates it; Roger, in despair over his ill-success with 'dorty Jenny.'
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For precisely the same reason the young lady reciprocates the sentiment.
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Dear Miss Ferrier I have given your kind messages to my wife who feels for you and reciprocates the hope to meet.
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