Thesaurus / responsiveness
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Yet Shakespeare's greatness of mind no less than his responsiveness to contemporary taste appears in his very choice of material.
TRAGEDYASHLEY H. THORNDIKE
His counsel was frequently sought by a struggling youth because of his transparent frankness, readiness and responsiveness.
MAKERS AND ROMANCE OF ALABAMA HISTORYB. F. RILEY
And this seemed to be the extent of his responsiveness for the moment.
ALICE ADAMSBOOTH TARKINGTON
But it did not immediately usher in as its successor an era of professionalism and responsiveness to the wishes of the public.
THE FAIRFAX COUNTY COURTHOUSEROSS D. NETHERTON
His very weakness, his responsiveness to his surroundings, favoured success.
MRS. MAXON PROTESTSANTHONY HOPE
His temperament in playwriting was as variable as Spring weather—it was extravagant in its responsiveness to the momentary mood.
(c) I shall be brief with respect to the other point, the need of susceptibility and responsiveness.
MORAL PRINCIPLES IN EDUCATIONJOHN DEWEY
We have referred to the power of story-telling among the Provençals and their responsiveness as listeners.
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
Sheer dare-deviltry would arouse in them a responsiveness which had remained numb to the call of industry.
A PAGAN OF THE HILLSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
What I wish to point out is the responsiveness of the Upland South to emotional religious and political appeal.
THE FRONTIER IN AMERICAN HISTORYFREDERICK JACKSON TURNER
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