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Origin of response
synonym study for response
OTHER WORDS FROM responsere·sponse·less, adjectivecoun·ter·re·sponse, noun
Example sentences from the Web for response
When a reporter asked him a question, it would often elicit a series of Jesuitical responses.
“I think that responses to sexual-assault cases and allegations need to be extremely direct,” he tells me.
He only cares about exploring its effect on a population and most particularly on their responses.
This, and the fact that he “has answered this question many times,” were essentially his responses to the next four questions.Watch a Republican Try to Duck the Abortion Ban He Cosponsored|Jack Holmes|October 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Depending on where you happen to go to school, the decision to play quidditch can lead to a variety of responses.
He repeats the responses very loudly in church, and is emphatical in praying for the king and royal family.Bracebridge Hall|Washington Irving
In fig. 20, the first part shows the responses at one minute interval, by which time the individual recovery was complete.Response in the Living and Non-Living|Jagadis Chunder Bose
Here, she quite forgot that it was Pa's turn to make the responses, and clung to his neck.Our Mutual Friend|Charles Dickens
His voice was clear and solemn; a choir chanted the responses; and trumpets and sackbuts echoed through the church.The Forest Farm|Peter Rosegger
The singing of the responses after the commandments in the Communion service.Music in the History of the Western Church|Edward Dickinson