reflection

[ ri-flek-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF reflection

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As it can be "no joke" to them, perhaps it should be no joke to us: though, on reflection, we are not so very like.

This reflection we should have wondered at from you once; but now we don't.

I was not solicitous to vindicate him when I was not joined in their reflection.

The delusion has now vanished, and made room for sober reason and reflection.

I slept two or three hours, however, and had ample time for reflection.

A moment's reflection, and she resolutely withdrew her hand.

Joe Garson had shouted his confession without a second of reflection.

The reflection is manifestly Shakespeare's own, and here the form, too, is characteristic.

In the midst of this great felicity which had appeased her, she had now had time for reflection.

In its surface he could safely look at the reflection of the Gorgon's face.

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