correlated (part of speech: verb)
co-operated (part of speech: verb)
concurred, affiliated, dovetailed, overlapped, meshed, interwoven, banded, interwove, participated, associated, allied, confederated, shared, colluded, traded, intermeshed, pooled, united, co-operated, collaborated, interlaced, intertwined
retaliated (part of speech: verb)
- Nobody seemed to know whether or not Mahommed Gunga reciprocated the British regard, and nobody had cared to ask him except his own intimates; and they, like he, were men of close counsel. - "Rung Ho!", Talbot Mundy.
- That feeling was uppermost in my mind, and I'm sure it was reciprocated by the others, after we had returned thanks to the watchful Providence that had saved us while snatching Captain Snaggs away in the middle of his sins; but his name was not mentioned by any there at that moment, nor did either of us utter a word afterwards, to each other at least, so far as I can remember, about his treatment of us- not even Sam, to whom throughout he had behaved the most cruelly of all. - "The Island Treasure", John Conroy Hutcheson.
- Individual Americans took an active interest in their fellows of Hispanic stock and found their interest reciprocated. - "The Hispanic Nations of the New World Volume 50 in The Chronicles Of America Series", William R. Shepherd.