- resplendent quetzal,
- respondent conditioning,
- response generalization
Origin of respondent
Examples from the Web for respondent
But rarely does it cover the respondent in even short-term glory.
The most obvious: no matter how charismatic a respondent may be, he or she is not the president.
The more promising the respondent, the higher the expectations and the greater the potential for disappointment.
The younger the respondent, the lower the support for whaling.I’ll Have the Whale, Please: Japan’s Unsustainable Whale Hunts|Jake Adelstein, Nathalie-Kyoko Stucky|February 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
A respondent from New Mexico said he or she owns a “.22 pistol to shoot rattlesnakes only in my yard.”Readers Weigh In After Newtown Shooting: Why Own a Gun?|Matthew DeLuca|December 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In that case, the respondent ought to answer Yes or No directly.
Thus, if the respondent defines medicine the science of the really existent, he is incorrect either wholly or partially.
The first respondent was Tapley Holland, who leaped the line at a bound, exclaiming, 'I am ready to die for my country!'A Flight in Spring|J. Harris Knowles
The conclusion could not go beyond the premisses, because the questioner could not go beyond the admissions of the respondent.Logic, Inductive and Deductive|William Minto
The Judge asked to see the scar on the witness' forehead and that on the forehead of the respondent.The Underground Railroad|William Still
1520s, "one who answers," from Latin respondentem (nominative respondens), present participle of respondere (see respond).