Respondent



noun
1.
a person who responds or makes reply.
2.
Law. a defendant, especially in appellate and divorce proceedings.
adjective
3.
giving a response; answering; responsive.
4.
Law. being a respondent.
5.
Psychology. of or relating to behavior that occurs consistently in response to a particular stimulus.
6.
Obsolete. corresponding.
noun
1.
(law) a person against whom a petition, esp in a divorce suit, or appeal is brought
adjective
2.
a less common word for responsive

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