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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of reciprocate.

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Examples

  • As I was asking him how he goes about that specific job, I suddenly remembered why simple videos made by Common Craft and Google are so important, and Benjamin reciprocated most of my thoughts.

    The importance of being simple « One Size Fits One

  • Dan from Basquash doesn't remember his "reciprocated" loving, bakunyuu-possessing childhood friend / partner.

    Anime Nano!

  • Love God and that love will be reciprocated, lifting you into the eternal wisdom that you most deeply desire.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • Then Mr. Newton reciprocated by zinging the ball into double coverage and watching Oregon star Cliff Harris intercept.

    It's Sweet Home Auburn, 22-19

  • It expresses limitless contempt for the American people, who have reciprocated by reducing liberalism to its current characteristics of electoral weakness and bad sociology.

    Notable

  • They shared their wisdom, and Obama reciprocated as best he could.

    Deconstructing Obama

  • Though trained as an artillery officer, Park eventually gravitated to military intelligence and became devoted to George Strong, who reciprocated and sent him to Moscow in 1941 as a military attaché.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • And then come Sunday, the Muslims reciprocated by allowing space for the Copts to have their service.

    A Democrat's Triumphal Return to Cairo

  • Mr. Gadhafi has reciprocated the honors and gifts, including the naming of a soccer venue in Benghazi the Hugo Chávez Stadium in 2009.

    Where Gadhafi's Name Is Still Gold

  • An introverted Yankee West Pointer, Stilwell also couldn't stand the extrovert Southerner iconoclast Chennault, a feeling—like most of these top-brass antagonisms—that was richly reciprocated.

    Still Forgotten

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