Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being reactive.
- n. The quality or state of being reactive.
- From reactive + -ness (Wiktionary)
“During this week's WHO hearing, French health ministry official Didier Houssin praised the agency's "reactiveness" while suggesting that it should reinforce the credibility of its experts.”
“My fellow Women – let's put down the emotional reactiveness and get on board with OUR PARTY!”
“I'm tired of the reactiveness on the part of the Obama campaign.”
“But there's an ad hoc reactiveness to this kind of activity and that's not really enough.”
“Candid Engineer: I'm hoping they'll be calmer in other respects or they'll recognize their over-reactiveness.”
“But something that I would like to explore here is the reactiveness of training.”
“Psychic bleeding, namely intense reactiveness and distress over any and every life occurrence”
“Not sure whether this high reactiveness in the trading community's behavior is good or not.”
“Negative characteristics included a lack of social appeal or emotional reactiveness while positive characteristics such as being too popular or talented also attracted unwanted attention.”
“One, it tends to reduce the investment necessary on the server side and two, it tends to speed up the reactiveness of the application since it speeds up the response time.”
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