reflexes[ adjective, noun ree-fleks; verb ri-fleks ]SEE DEFINITION OF reflexes
Synonyms for reflexes
- back talk
- snappy comeback
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REFLEXES
It was becoming harder and harder for him to control these reflexes.
Ed's reflexes were not quite as fast as they had been when he was young, but they were better educated.
The muscles are tense and rigid, and the reflexes exaggerated.
I'm gambling that your civilized mind can control your reflexes.
Pyrran training had conditioned his reflexes on the pre-cortical level.
The gait is weak and uncertain and the reflexes are exaggerated.
Johansen also states that reflexes disappear after caffein poisoning.
His cutaneous and other sensibilities are normal; his reflexes also are normal.
It is found in his concrete aims, and these are reflexes of social conditions.
Revel's reflexes were still, if not hair-trigger, at least very quick.