Noun(1) the phenomenon of a propagating wave (light or sound(2) expression without words(3) a remark expressing careful consideration(4) a calm, lengthy, intent consideration(5) the ability to reflect beams or rays(6) a likeness in which left and right are reversed(7) the image of something as reflected by a mirror (or other reflective material
(1) I checked my reflexion in the mirror and smiled to myself.(2) I paused and fixed my eyes on her reflexion in the mirror.(3) This should give some motive for reflexion if one recalls Northrop Frye's famous generalization that Canadian literature is, or at least was, a continuous meditation on ‘Where is here?’(4) He looked into the waters and saw her reflexion .(5) Greville explains that incorporating together the power of separate nations would create an ‘uneven balance of State; the very reflexion of scorn between age, and youth.’(6) But on reflexion neither of these would been the right way to proceed.(7) The plaintiffs are not portraying any abnormal sensitivity or delicacy in seeking to worship in an atmosphere of quiet and calm reflexion .(8) Tolkien admitted, ‘My ‘Sam Gamgee’ is indeed a reflexion of the English soldier, of the privates and batmen I knew in the 1914 war, and recognised as so far superior to myself.’(9) Further reflexion and experiment showed me my subject strangled in that extreme of rigour.(10) I thought that it was better to have time for reflexion than extra material.(11) Althought I think it's a nice reflexion on the strength of the team.(12) The writing itself does not resort to much critical reflexion or afterthought.(13) In truth, we touch the essence of his reflexion on cinema - as though he had to resort to all the subtleties of reason in order to appease his lamentations.(14) By widening the field to include all forms of film experimentation, by tracing a historical line from Marey to today, this book proposes new reflexions .(15) In 1618, Galileo explained some visible comets in a fiery work as reflexions of light, so that nobody believed the Jesuit astronomer Grassi, who realised that the comets were flying bodies.(16) In his ‘Concluding reflexions ,’ Bateson made no bones about his belief that the ‘existence of Discontinuity in Variation is therefore proof that the accepted hypothesis is inadequate.’
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