Thesaurus / reflect

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The door of the dining-room is faced with looking-glass, so that it may reflect the contents of the conservatory.
I request gentlemen to reflect, whether this is not, in point of fact, an abandonment of the other points in dispute?
Surely there had been sufficient time to reflect upon it: yet now it was proposed still longer to defer action upon it.
I asked him to reflect on the irreparable eclipse that he would be casting over the Duskydale ballroom.
A ROGUE'S LIFEWILKIE COLLINS
Martha's happiness, her relief, and the kind things she had said to him, all these were pleasant to reflect upon and to remember.
GALUSHA THE MAGNIFICENTJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
The position becomes clearer if we reflect that our dependence becomes more acute with every increase of our population.
But manners, to be dramatically probable, must reflect the contacts of possible characters in a definite period.
FRANCIS BEAUMONT: DRAMATISTCHARLES MILLS GAYLEY
I began to reflect that even a temporary prison is far from being a pleasant place for a man to stop in.
He leaned back, lighted another pipe, and began to reflect upon the events of the evening.
Again Madame von Marwitz, now turning her eyes on the ceiling, seemed to reflect dispassionately.
TANTEANNE DOUGLAS SEDGWICK

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