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adjective as in mirrored

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Home Depot’s very strong quarterly report on Tuesday, reflecting Americans’ continued spending on home projects during the pandemic, was also met with a stock price dip.

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To model the rollout of vaccines, mathematicians must build formulas that reflect the starburst of human life and our complex interactions, using data like housing and socioeconomic status, daily habits, age, and health risks.

Now, she will bring her immense talents and deep experience to Apple, expanding our companywide effort to hire, develop and retain the world-class talent, at all levels, that reflects the communities we serve.

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The Opensignal results, measured from March through October, reflected only the speediest form of 5G that the carriers are deploying.

From Fortune

This may have reflected being able to pay closer attention in class.

If Congress accurately reflected our nation on the basis of race, about 63 percent would be white, not 80 percent.

As the interview wound down, Bentivolio reflected on what may have motivated him to dress as Santa.

This mindset was reflected to the wider society through popular literature.

A more recent Associated Press-GfK poll reflected similar numbers.

The ambivalence is reflected in U.S. policy, which often has served to complicate aid delivery in conflict zones.

"They said at Ritz's that he was one of the young millionaires, well known already in America," the fat woman reflected aloud.

The more Felipe inquired, and the longer he reflected, the more he doubted Alessandro's having ever gone to Monterey.

So you do not believe that even a little reflected glory bathes your path through life?

Indignation nerved her spirit as she reflected upon the usurpation thus ostentatiously displayed.

The brilliance of his wife, and her most fascinating colloquial powers, also reflected much luster upon his name.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reflected, such as: echoed, emulated, imitated, repeated, reproduced, and returned.

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