Definition of responsively in English:



See responsive

‘In essence the teacher should not be so much of a demanding and domineering figure but should instead be someone who is responsively helping the student in learning.’
  • ‘While the main characters are in as much competition with each other as with the exploitative economic and entertainment systems, the music is energized by communal ideas that move forward in a responsively searching way.’
  • ‘The lay reader said, ‘And now we will read the Psalm responsively.’’
  • ‘Therapists participate in this talking by listening responsively.’
  • ‘The Healthcare Commission should also reserve the right to take a closer look, randomly as well as responsively.’



/rəˈspänsəvlē/ /rəˈspɑnsəvli/