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reacting quickly or strongly to something
quick to react in the way that is needed, appropriate, or right for a particular situation
someone who is ticklish has a strong reaction when they are tickled
showing interest or emotion in reaction to someone or something
used for saying that a particular action causes a quick result or reaction
used for describing reactions that people have automatically
needing only a slight influence to cause a reaction
English version of thesaurus of reacting quickly or strongly
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