Sufficiently convinced that he might know what he was doing, I set my boundaries: hands only, external only, no reciprocation.
And, I appreciate the reciprocation of warm nuts and having a decent five hours sleep when I take a red-eye.
In love I recognise solely the principle of reciprocation, as it obtains in Nature.
She saw in either—as around—only a reciprocation of contempt.
The need of this reciprocation is stronger with him than even his election of a particular person with whom to establish it.
But it remains fixed in one place, without any reciprocation of love.
Every sentiment seemed a reciprocation of sympathy, and every look, of intelligence.
Such is the relation of the terms of a syllogism in regard to reciprocation and antithesis.
Her lack of reciprocation did not abate his passion, it aggravated it.
A rotary or other movement may be obtained from this reciprocation.
1520s, "mode of expression;" 1560s, "act of reciprocating," from Latin reciprocationem (nominative reciprocatio) "retrogression, alternation, ebb," noun of action from past participle stem of reciprocare "move back, turn back," also "come and go, move back and forth;" from reciprocus (see reciprocal).