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bridle to react with anger; take offense. [1/5 definitions]
desensitize to cause to react with less intensity, as to light or other stimuli. [1/2 definitions]
fluorescent able to react to external radiation by emitting electromagnetic radiation, usu. in the form of visible light.
greet to react to or meet in a particular way. [1/3 definitions]
hit the panic button (slang) to react frantically to a crisis.
interact to react to one another in a social situation. [1/2 definitions]
lazy slow to move or react; sluggish. [1/3 definitions]
meson any of a group of elementary particles that react strongly with other particles, and that have a mass between that of the electron and that of the proton.
monovalent in immunology, containing or producing antibodies that react to a single antigen. [1/2 definitions]
numb not able to react or function normally, as when in a state of shock. [1/3 definitions]
overreact to respond or react too strongly.
press the panic button (slang) to react frantically to a crisis.
push the panic button (slang) to react frantically to a crisis.
quick on the trigger (informal) quick to act or react, sometimes prematurely.
reactive characterized by reaction or response to a stimulus; tending to react.
receive to greet or react to in a particular manner. [1/10 definitions]
recriminate to react to an accusation with a countercharge. [1/2 definitions]
reply to respond or react in some fashion. [1/6 definitions]
respond to react, esp. favorably. [1/3 definitions]
saturnine slow to react or change emotionally. [1/4 definitions]
sluggish not working at full capacity; slow to react when stimulated. [1/3 definitions]