act, feel, or give mutually or in return
alternate the direction of motion of
English Synonyms and Antonyms
To repay or to retaliate, to punish or to reward, may be to make some return very inadequate to the benefit or injury received, or the right or wrong done; but to requite (according to its etymology) is to make so full and adequate a return as to quit oneself of all obligation of favor or hostility, of punishment or reward. Requite is often used in the more general sense of recompense or repay, but always with the suggestion, at least, of the original idea of full equivalent; when one speaks of requiting kindness with ingratitude, the expression gains force from the comparison of the actual with the proper and appropriate return. Compare PAY.
avenge, compensate, pay, pay off, punish, quit, recompense, remunerate, repay, requite, retaliate, return, revenge, reward, satisfy, settle with
absolve, acquit, excuse, forget, forgive, neglect, overlook, pardon, pardon, pass over, slight
To requite injury with injury is human, but not Christian.
to respond to one action and making another which is combined or corresponding
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Dictionary of English Synonymes
alternate, act interchangeably