from The Century Dictionary.
- Of, pertaining to, or of the nature of, reaction.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective Of or pertaining to a
reaction(in any sense)
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HRC was reactional and really lacked self countrol by laughing prior to Obama answering the question and she paid the price, Obama struck.
How much reactional feedback has it filtered down to the Arab street about this charter?
We are definitely evolving from a nation that had no plans and wallowed in anarchy, as our society developed in the past, to a nation with reactional and planned development.
This front line job can be very reactional and pressurised, so you will need to display an excellent? can-do? attitude and be able to prioritise tasks and work under your own initiative.
Caceres truly showed his reactional deficiencies and obvious flaws in reading the game coming out of the middle.
The sand however is still exerting a reactional force on us according to newtons third law.
Another thing I have noticed with McCain and his campaign is they are purely reactional.