reciprocity

[ res-uh-pros-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF reciprocity

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Reciprocity becomes a mutual duty, for there are mutual needs.

What have you to give us as reciprocity for the benefit of going to our islands?

But if this be so, then there must be in our minds a certain power of reciprocity.

The Reciprocity Treaty comes in for its share of consideration.

Sometimes, however, reciprocity of correlation does not appear to exist.

A final novelty, reciprocity, was the favorite scheme of the Secretary of State.

Reciprocity in sex love is the physical counterpart of sympathy.

There was plenty of beef and beer, but there was no reciprocity.

If reciprocity was what he had missed where was the reciprocity now?

With far more reason could that notion of reciprocity be applied to Jerrold.

WORD ORIGIN

1766, from French réciprocité (18c.), from reciproque, from Latin reciprocus, past participle of reciprocare (see reciprocal).

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