Administration officials tell me that reacting favorably toward a cease fire proposal would lead Gaddafi to think he's winning.
reacting to ideas that had been planted in her head, pre-trip, by Housewives Jill Zarin and Luanne de Lesseps?
Letty: Today's average young woman seems capable of reacting with appropriate outrage to injustices committed against her.
Rather, we are simultaneously able to see how the party is reacting to and dealing with the disappearance of that advantage.
Instead of reacting to Republican proposals, President Obama is forcing Republicans to react to him.
It is an habitual way of reacting to a definite and typical situation.
Shann sped on, reacting to a plea which did not lay in the words themselves.
Let's have it before I hit rock-bottom and really get around to reacting.
But, in reacting everywhere against vulgar roughness, the very excess of his effort landed him at last in preciosity.
The right pupil was still dilated, reacting for accommodation but little to light.
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.