Antonyms for reciprocates

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And Madame, touched by her apparent weakness, more than reciprocates it.

He reciprocates notice, of some kind or other, with all who notice him.

There is no love in the world that reciprocates like that of a garden.

The middle also, in an universal demonstration, reciprocates with the major, being its definition.

The companions of the captor aid him, and he, in turn, reciprocates in similar undertakings.

And he, on his part, reciprocates this feeling and is by no means merely moved by self-interest.

My reply to this nonsense is, never mind whether he reciprocates your extreme condescension or not.

Dear Miss Ferrier I have given your kind messages to my wife who feels for you and reciprocates the hope to meet.

I have conceived a great dislike for Mrs. Monson, a feeling I am certain she reciprocates.

Patie is happy in his love for Peggy who reciprocates it; Roger, in despair over his ill-success with 'dorty Jenny.'