1. responding especially readily and sympathetically to appeals, efforts, influences, etc.: a responsive government.
2. </i>Physiology.</i> acting in response, as to some stimulus.
3. characterized by the use of responses: responsive worship.
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sympathetic, sensible, conscious, susceptible, receptive, compassionate, aware, sensitive, active, reactive, alive, awake, forthcoming, impressionable, kindhearted, open, passionate, perceptive, persuadable, sentient
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1. receptive, understanding, sympathetic.
Origin: 1375–1425; late Middle English < Late Latin responsivus. See response, -ive
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I’ve found that in some cultures people are more responsive to talk to a salesperson sooner, while in others they may be more likely to want to simply read content first.
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