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
Examples from the Web for 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"|Daniel Levy|April 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
No doubt some of them have even gloomed through brief periods of unreciprocated passion.Black Oxen|Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
Suez has ruined our shipping interests; an unreciprocated free trade is ruining our commerce.Mount Royal, Volume 3 of 3|Mary Elizabeth Braddon
But still the attraction had its influence, though unacknowledged in words, and unreciprocated in kind.Harriet Martineau|Florence Fenwick Miller
British Dictionary definitions for unreciprocated
Word Origin for reciprocate
Word Origin and History for unreciprocated
"to return, requite," 1610s, back-formation from reciprocation, or else from Latin reciprocatus, past participle of reciprocare "rise and fall, move back and forth; reverse the motion of," from reciprocus (see reciprocal). Related: Reciprocated; reciprocating.