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Definition of "reciprocally" [re•cip•ro•cal•ly]

  • In a reciprocal manner; by way of returning (e.g. a favour, insult, etc). (adverb)

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Use "reciprocally" in a sentence
  • "Thus we cannot use the terms reciprocally, for the word"
  • "Thus we cannot use the terms reciprocally, for the word 'boat' cannot be said to find its explanation in the word 'rudder'."
  • "I find my spirits and my health affect each other reciprocally that is to say, every thing that discomposes my mind, produces a correspondent disorder in my body; and my bodily complaints are remarkably mitigated by those considerations that dissipate the clouds of mental chagrin. —"
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