Origin of responsive
Examples from the Web for responsive
Troops and their families count on high-quality education and responsive universal health care.
This report is cross-posted at the Center for Responsive Politics.Consultants Are Cashing In On Campaigns’ Dark New Economics|Robert Maguire|February 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And they were responsive, and that only bolstered my brainstorming sessions, so the next time I came in with more ideas.Interview: Kristen Bell, Voiceover Queen, On ‘Frozen,’ ‘Veronica Mars,’ & More|Andrew Romano|December 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
When we have a question or complaint, she is paid to be responsive in a way that a website can never be.
Most of the stuff inside government is not awesome, cutting-edge, cloud-based, and responsive.Why HealthCare.gov, the Obamacare Website, Doesn’t Work|Andrew Romano|October 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The responsive face lighted and weariness gave place to the glow of enthusiasm.Destiny|Charles Neville Buck
With every intimate and silent throb of warning she shivered, responsive, masking her growing uncertainty with words.The Firing Line|Robert W. Chambers
Therefore, when he now spoke for Oregon he had a responsive ear among his own people in Illinois.Children of the Market Place|Edgar Lee Masters
Few men could tell a story better than Yates, but he needed the responsive touch of interested hearers.In the Midst of Alarms|Robert Barr
A dramatic episode presents an individual or group of individuals so moved as to stir an audience to responsive emotion.Dramatic Technique|George Pierce Baker
British Dictionary definitions for responsive
Word Origin and History for responsive
early 15c., "making answer," from Middle French responsif and directly from Late Latin responsivus "answering," from Latin respons-, past participle stem of respondere (see respond). Meaning "responding to influence or action" is from 1762. Related: Responsively; responsiveness.