Need another word that means the same as “responsive”? Find 30 synonyms and 30 related words for “responsive” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Responsive” are: reactive, antiphonal, quick to react, receptive, open to suggestions, amenable, flexible, accessible, approachable, forthcoming, sensitive, perceptive, sympathetic, well disposed, susceptible, impressionable, open, alive, awake, aware, open-minded, ready to consider new ideas, willing to consider new ideas, open to new ideas, interested, attuned, willing, favourable, friendly, welcoming
Responsive as an Adjective
Definitions of "Responsive" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “responsive” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Reacting quickly and positively.
- Denoting or relating to a website whose page design changes automatically according to the size of the screen on which it is viewed.
- Reacting to a stimulus.
- Responding readily and with interest.
- In response; answering.
- (of a section of liturgy) using responses.
- Containing or using responses; alternating.
- Readily reacting or replying to people or events or stimuli; showing emotion.
Synonyms of "Responsive" as an adjective (30 Words)
|(of a place) able to be reached or entered.
Features such as non slip floors and accessible entrances.
|Alert and active; animated.
The volcano is very much alive.
|Liable to answer to a higher authority.
An amenable child.
|Relating to or resembling an antiphon or antiphony.
|Easy to meet or converse or do business with.
A friendly approachable person.
|Receptive or aware.
The Department is very attuned politically.
Too few are awake to the dangers.
|Concerned and well informed about a particular situation or development.
Most people are aware of the dangers of sunbathing.
|(of a wind) blowing in the direction of travel.
By sailing towards the land first you will find more favourable wind.
|(of a person) ready and able to change so as to adapt to different circumstances.
Small businesses which are dependent on flexible working hours.
|At ease in talking to others.
The forthcoming holidays.
|(of troops or equipment) of, belonging to, or allied with one’s own forces.
Children are highly impressionable and susceptible to advertising.
|Involved in or affected by or having a claim to or share in.
The interested parties met to discuss the business.
|Openly straightforward and direct without reserve or secretiveness.
Students choice of degree can be kept open until the second year.
|open to new ideas
|Not defended or capable of being defended.
|open to suggestions
|Full of small openings or gaps.
|Ready to entertain new ideas.
|Having the ability to perceive or understand; keen in discernment.
A perceptive eye.
|quick to react
|Apprehending and responding with speed and sensitivity.
|Acting in response to a situation rather than creating or controlling it.
Free radicals are very reactive.
|ready to consider new ideas
|Apprehending and responding with speed and sensitivity.
|Able to absorb liquid (not repellent.
The goldfish s vision is receptive to a wider band of light than almost any other animal.
|Having or displaying a quick and delicate appreciation of others’ feelings.
The Japanese were successfully entering many of the most sensitive markets.
|Easily impressed emotionally.
They only do it to tease him he s too susceptible.
|Relating to or denoting the part of the autonomic nervous system consisting of nerves arising from ganglia near the middle part of the spinal cord supplying the internal organs blood vessels and glands and balancing the action of the parasympathetic nerves.
The sympathetic characters in the play.
A welcoming smile.
|Wise or advantageous and hence advisable.
|Ready, eager, or prepared to do something.
|willing to consider new ideas
|Disposed or inclined toward.
Usage Examples of "Responsive" as an adjective
- Our most enthusiastic and responsive students.
- A flexible service that is responsive to changing social patterns.
- A mobile-friendly responsive layout.
- Responsive reading.
- A responsive site that would work on PCs and tablets equally well.
- Children are often the quickest and most responsive members of the audience.
- I'm distracted by a nibble on my line: I jig it several times, but there is no responsive tug.
Associations of "Responsive" (30 Words)
|Give the correct answer or solution to.
She must answer for her actions.
An answering glance.
|Of or relating to or taking account of appeals (usually legal appeals.
Who is the caller of this meeting.
|A list of items (names or tasks etc.) to be checked or consulted.
|A statistic characterizing human populations (or segments of human populations broken down by age or sex or income etc.
The demographic trend is towards an older population.
|The action or process of conducting an examination.
The role of the planning system has come under increasing critical examination.
|Relating to verbs in the so called interrogative mood.
A hard interrogative stare.
|Liable to change.
Mood seemed generally appropriate but the patient was often labile.
|Vote in an election at a polling station.
The polls have only just closed.
|A person who conducts or analyses opinion polls.
A pollster conducts public opinion polls.
|Used in writing or speaking to question the accuracy of a following statement or to introduce a question.
I rang the water company to query my bill.
|A set of printed or written questions with a choice of answers, devised for the purposes of a survey or statistical study.
|Show a response or a reaction to something.
The shares reacted to 222p before rallying to 228p.
|Participating readily in reactions.
Lysosomal activity can activate B lymphocytes reactive against self components.
|The act of reconnoitring (especially to gain information about an enemy or potential enemy.
An excellent aircraft for low level reconnaissance.
|Explore, often with the goal of finding something or somebody.
|Look at again; examine again.
|(law) a pleading made by a defendant in response to the plaintiff’s replication.
She would have made some cutting rejoinder but none came to mind.
|A statement either spoken or written that is made to reply to a question or request or criticism or accusation.
I am writing in reply to your letter.
|Respond favorably or as hoped.
His back injury has failed to respond to treatment.
|The codefendant especially in a divorce proceeding who is accused of adultery with the corespondent.
The respondent firms in the survey.
|Hold a review of troops.
A comprehensive review of UK defence policy.
|Make a quick, clever reply to an insult or criticism.
His opponent riposted.
|Able to feel or perceive.
The new method of protein detection was more sensitive than earlier ones.
|A datum that can be represented numerically.
The statistics show that the crime rate has increased.
|(in the Book of Common Prayer) the intercessory petitions pronounced by a priest in the Litany.
The suffrages of the community.
|A written report detailing the findings of a building survey.
Her green eyes surveyed him coolly.
|Lacking stability or fixity or firmness.
Everything was unstable following the coup.
|A citizen who has a legal right to vote.