retrospect

[ re-truh-spekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF retrospect

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RETROSPECT

The view of the future was as dreadful as the retrospect of the past.

Somehow her parts seemed always to dwindle this way in retrospect.

It was a mournful pull ashore, and tragic in the retrospect.

He racked his brain for a stray gleam of retrospect, but it was not forthcoming.

Yet now in the retrospect, it seems hardly to have been the retreat for an invalid.

Recent Paris and Calcutta retrospect chides his dullness of perception.

Indeed he had succeeded in reality, as well as in retrospect, in evading his grief.

It was seen plainly in retrospect; he had not noticed it much at the time.

She smiled in retrospect; it would have been pardonable if Neeld had smiled too.

Most of us retrospect or anticipate and so lose the present.

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