These are reactive, not proactive, stances, and they do little to offer substantive solutions.
In modern times, reactive undermining is more respectable, having become the special tool of the comedians.
The commandos want a single garment made of "reactive" fibers that will allow heating and cooling as temperatures vary.
The reality is something less proactive than reactive, not an initiative but a condition—a matter of identity.
Russell was diagnosed not long after his meltdown with “reactive psychosis,” which is a form of temporary insanity.
No repeater is successful unless it is free from this reactive interference.
They rise and fall together; they are reactive, one upon the other.
The work in the gymnasium has three purposes: invigorative, reactive, and corrective.
Succedaneum for Chrysarobin; very active reducer or "reactive."
But they had been replaced by an uncontrollable, reactive nausea.
reactive re·ac·tive (rē-āk'tĭv)
Tending to be responsive or to react to a stimulus.
Characterized by reaction.
Tending to participate readily in chemical reactions.