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  • He was unable to leave the beauty of his reflection and he eventually died.
  • And the way we think has a reflection on what we create.
  • Where you are, you have performed very well, but now is the time for reflection.
  • Next he can see the reflections of things in water and later is able to see things themselves.
  • The size of the board was a reflection of the county's population.
  • One consequence of this information loss is that reflection becomes difficult or even impossible.
  • Each of the members of these sets is the reflection of the other.
  • These projects are individual and include research, a product to be made and reflections.
  • In other cases, where reflections are not being considered, the label proper may be dropped.
  • I am happy to pay with my life for any possible reflection on the honour of the flag.
  • What we see from day to day are merely appearances, reflections of the Forms.
  • Reflections also send their team on a mission to photograph all three cities.
  • For odd n these are all reflections, for even n half of them.
  • It is a reflection on life once love has departed: What of her glass without her?
  • On reflection, we realize that they were necessary and determined all along.
  • For now we see only a reflection as in a mirror; then we shall see face to face.
  • This is in part a reflection of Western Thought's foundation of cause and effect.
  • In section three, the author gives his reflections about this vision.
  • Reflections is a two night show usually one week before the summer break that consists of music, dance and drama plays.
  • To find the reflection of a figure, one reflects each point in the figure.
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Words starting with reflection

Meaning of reflection

  • noun The phenomenon of a propagating wave (light or sound) being thrown back from a surface
  • noun The image of something as reflected by a mirror (or other reflective material)
    he studied his reflection in the mirror
  • noun (mathematics) a transformation in which the direction of one axis is reversed
  • noun The ability to reflect beams or rays