mirror[ mir-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF mirror
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MIRROR
Over the seat is a mirror cut into small squares by wooden muntins.
After that she must pin it on, and slip in to stand before his mirror and inspect the result.
Her stiff cap moved in the breeze as it swung from the corner of her mirror.
"I feel an awful fool in it," he murmured, glancing at his reflection in the mirror.
The principle of the siphon recorder is exactly the inverse of the mirror galvanometer.
The mirror instrument has this drawback, however—it does not 'record' the message.
And the mirror was dimmed with dust and overlaced with cobwebs.
Wash my soul pure and clean, and let that be the only mirror in which I see my face.
It is just this: the book is a mirror in which we all see ourselves.
Every minute I thought I should fall, for the platform was like a mirror.