Thesaurus / respond

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Your foreign laborer is quick to appreciate such a distinction and quick to respond to it.
ONE WAY OUTWILLIAM CARLETON
Its love will feel the influence of the big love it receives and want to respond in kind.
HEART AND SOULVICTOR MAPES (AKA MAVERIC POST)
Even the fierce nature of Ahmad Khan for once failed to respond to an enterprise of such overpowering odds.
I felt it a duty to respond to this overture, and did so, both privately and publicly.
If she didn't see through it, and respond in kind, it would show him how merely a friend he was, and nothing more.
SOMEHOW GOODWILLIAM DE MORGAN
It might one day respond, while certainly if it repaid warmly my love now, one day it would not.
In such instances they respond instinctively to the finer side of their natures, where sympathy and affection are found.
HEART AND SOULVICTOR MAPES (AKA MAVERIC POST)
In each case the external beauty will respond to an inward want, and be thus invariably an expression of a high utility.
TRAVELS IN SOUTH KENSINGTONMONCURE DANIEL CONWAY
The dog with the longest trace is the leader of the pack, and particularly trained to respond to the driver's directions.
PACKING AND PORTAGINGDILLON WALLACE
Elders must respond in action as well as in words to be understood by children.

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