verb (used with object), re·cip·ro·cat·ed, re·cip·ro·cat·ing.
verb (used without object), re·cip·ro·cat·ed, re·cip·ro·cat·ing.
Origin of reciprocate
Synonyms for reciprocate
Examples from the Web for unreciprocated
Contemporary Examples of unreciprocated
As important, it ignores the very real and unreciprocated distance that the Palestinians have traveled in accepting Israel.Of Herrings and Elephants: Benny Morris and "Palestinian Rejectionism"
April 16, 2012
Historical Examples of unreciprocated
Love undenied, may end in friendship; but love thwarted or unreciprocated, never!The Maroon
I tried to ignore the injury to Margaret of her unreciprocated advances.The New Machiavelli
Herbert George Wells
Her tears flowed silently, but she was far from unhappy; love, even unknown and unreciprocated, brings its own sweet reward.The Award of Justice
A. Maynard Barbour
Suez has ruined our shipping interests; an unreciprocated free trade is ruining our commerce.Mount Royal, Volume 3 of 3
Mary Elizabeth Braddon
The frequency of Cornelia's visits to the palace on following days seemed to prove that the admiration was not unreciprocated.A Friend of Caesar
William Stearns Davis