How you react to this “revelation” depends on what you believe about the fellow.
How did you react when the leader of the free world complimented your biceps?
Group B: react negatively to any mention of Ramallah and Palestine.
But how will President Obama react if Israel chooses to take unilateral action?
Why in the world should the French react well to vague, anti-French attacks?
In case the symptoms do not disappear the patients are in better condition to stand and react from operative intervention.
At any rate he will then be less often deceived and will react in a more plastic manner.
These errors will react upon him in the astral life that follows.
"That's why you react so strongly from love in your plays," Roger said judicially.
This advanced state of culture in Holland did not fail to react upon the neighboring countries.
react re·act (rē-ākt')
v. re·act·ed, re·act·ing, re·acts
To act in response to a stimulus.
To undergo a chemical reaction.