Definition of reciprocality in US English:

reciprocality

noun

  • See reciprocal

    • ‘The hopeless oscillation of question-answer-question is like a figuring of confinement: bouncing off each other in a rigid reciprocality where neither party is able to move.’
    • ‘Embracing the reciprocality of respectful deliberation means rejecting majoritarian procedures in favour of protecting the rights and interests of minorities, particularly those that lack power.’
    • ‘Negotiating the the degree of reciprocality and obligation involved in linking elsewhere (and in being linked too, I suppose) is way beyond me at this point.’
    • ‘This reciprocality is intensified online, where the gaps between ask, action and thank you can be shrunk to a matter of seconds.’

Pronunciation

reciprocality

/rəˌsiprəˈkalədē//rəˌsɪprəˈkælədi/