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amenable willing to respond, agree, or submit; agreeable; pliable. [1/3 definitions]
answer to reply in words or respond in action. [2/9 definitions]
arraign to bring before a court of law to respond to a charge or indictment. [1/2 definitions]
bite the hand that feeds one to respond to kindness or generosity with harm or malice.
bristle to respond with anger. [1/6 definitions]
catalepsy a condition, often associated with epilepsy and schizophrenia, in which the body becomes numb and the limbs rigid, and the victim loses consciousness or fails to respond to external stimuli.
condition to train to respond in a predictable or controllable way. [1/9 definitions]
conditioned response a response elicited by repeated presentation of a stimulus not normally connected with the response together with one that is, leading the subject eventually to respond to the first stimulus when it is presented alone.
counter3 to respond to in order to make ineffective; oppose. [1/8 definitions]
counterproposal a proposal made to respond to or cancel out another proposal.
disregard to refuse to notice or respond to; ignore. [1/3 definitions]
evade to avoid, escape, or fail to respond appropriately, esp. by cleverness or deceit. [1/5 definitions]
field to respond to. [1/11 definitions]
get one's goat to deceive someone and thereby cause him or her to respond with irritation. [1/2 definitions]
jump to respond quickly and eagerly. [1/20 definitions]
obey of a thing, to move or act in accordance with; respond to. [1/4 definitions]
on one's toes (informal) alert and ready to respond or act.
overreact to respond or react too strongly.
overrespond combined form of respond.
program to train (a person or animal) to respond in a particular way. [1/11 definitions]
prompt swift to respond or to be in attendance an expected place. [1/7 definitions]