- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of react.
“Then, by bringing mindful awareness to how your brain reacts to feeling threatened, you can stimulate and therefore build up the neural substrates of a mind that has more calm, wisdom and sense of inner strength.”
“So basing your design on how you, the computer scientist, thinks/acts/reacts is faulty.”
“Next step is to watch how Sarah Palin reacts to a piece of legislation she'll never read to see what "bogey men" she can find/create this time and then watch the White House hang her from her own petard in the process for all to see.”
“To study how the brain reacts to having high-calorie (and generally delicious) foods like bacon, sausage, cheesecake and cake frosting, three groups of rats were given either a standard lab rat diet, access to the good stuff one hour each day or nearly universal, unlimited access to the treats.”
“Honda Motor scientists studying the way the brain reacts to different imagery found that motorcycles that resemble a human face — especially an angry one evoked with diagonal headlights — are “significantly” more visible to other drivers.”
“Natalie Coughlin reacts to her win in the women's 100 meter backstroke final on Tuesday morning.”
“Pop over to Bishop Hill to see how the BBC's Environment Correspondent Roger Harribin reacts to emails from an environmental campaigner demanding changes to an article he had written for the BBC website.”
“How a character acts and/or reacts is what will hold my interest and bring me back to that author when another book appears.”
“Harvey Weinstein reacts to NBC's laughable refusal to air ads for the doc, as quoted by Pamela McClintock and Josef Adalian in Variety: It's a sad commentary about the level of fear in our society that a movie about a group of courageous entertainers who were blacklisted for exercising their right of free speech is now itself being blacklisted by corporate America ....”
“Ex-Pirate teammate Al Martin reacts as Jason Kendall is carted off the field following his gruesome ankle injury, July 4th, 1999.”
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