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No. It would be more correct to say "After we cursed and insulted Mother Nature for the wicked winter,

she reciprocated by giving us a week of excessive heat."

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Q: Is this correct usage of the word reciprocate After a wicked winter Mother Nature has reciprocated and is about to give us nearly a week of excessive heat?
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