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  • Such children are certain that their parents will be responsive to their needs and communications.
  • Since the 1930s the university has remained responsive to the special needs of its region.
  • Its focus is long term, yet it is highly responsive to near-term Naval needs.
  • Organization development is a growing field that is responsive to many new approaches.
  • Also, in some cases, smaller firms can be more responsive to changes in market conditions.
  • Patients with low resistance are often quite responsive to pressure alone.
  • It serves the COMMUNITY by offering programs responsive to individual and social needs.
  • The education program has a focus of making the government more representative of, and more responsive to, its citizens.
  • His work strikes a responsive chord in all people who find their world being destroyed by modern technology.
  • Both of these early options appeared to give the user more memory as the device seemed more responsive.
  • At very low light levels, film is less responsive.
  • The police were generally responsive in the investigation of such cases.
  • Changes in brain activity have been found in some studies of highly responsive hypnotic subjects.
  • He was responsive, could eat, but was still unable to talk.
  • Women have been reported to be more responsive to this.
  • They view themselves as more responsive, and therefore believe themselves to be in control of all situational matters.
  • Together these add up to a youth responsive approach.
  • Jesus remained fairly responsive until her last days; she was able to smile and wave to visitors.
  • Over the years, changes were introduced to make the charter more responsive to the needs of the economy.
  • The film was released to a responsive commercial market despite the fact that it has never been promoted or advertised.
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Words starting with responsive

Meaning of responsive

  • adjective Containing or using responses; alternating
    responsive reading, antiphonal laughter
  • adjective Readily reacting or replying to people or events or stimuli; showing emotion
    children are often the quickest and most responsive members of the audience