“Not at all, because I consider myself biblically based, so I will respond, not react,” he said.
How you react to this “revelation” depends on what you believe about the fellow.
We have an advantage over companies like Marvel,” he says, “because we can move and react very quickly.
How did you react when the leader of the free world complimented your biceps?
Iranian leaders are furious, however, and are clearly looking for dramatic and damaging ways to react.
In case the symptoms do not disappear the patients are in better condition to stand and react from operative intervention.
It went off, and Turnbull's mind spiraled into blankness before he could react.
These errors will react upon him in the astral life that follows.
Maria Theresa tried to react against this intellectual apathy.
This advanced state of culture in Holland did not fail to react upon the neighboring countries.
react re·act (rē-ākt')
v. re·act·ed, re·act·ing, re·acts
To act in response to a stimulus.
To undergo a chemical reaction.