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his could be construed as a reflection on the stranger. This was no reflection on the staff who did an excellent job, he said. The delusion has now vanished, and made room for sober reason and reflection. In the midst of this great felicity which had appeased her, she had now had time for reflection. Hanna Gregory stared at her reflection on the mirror, searching for flaws and imperfections on herself. Presumably for reflection on such imponderables as how a hard-up country can possibly find the dosh for such selfindulgent twaddle.
Well, if only one television program screws this up, it is a reflection on the stupidity and incompetence of its producers and hosts. She was reflected in the mirror/water. Acclaimed as one of the finest British post-war plays, Churchill's 1982 work is a reflection on, thatcherite Britain.
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Select OptionAnother word forOpposite ofMeaning ofRhymes withSentences withFind word formsTranslate from EnglishTranslate to EnglishWords With FriendsScrabbleCrossword / CodewordWords starting withWords ending withWords containing exactlyWords containing lettersPronounceFind conjugationsFind names From AfrikaansFrom AlbanianFrom AmharicFrom ArabicFrom ArmenianFrom AzerbaijaniFrom BasqueFrom BelarusianFrom BengaliFrom BosnianFrom BulgarianFrom CatalanFrom CebuanoFrom ChichewaFrom ChineseFrom CorsicanFrom. A moment's reflection, and she resolutely withdrew her hand. Thesaurus: synonyms and related words, american reflection noun (send back examples. From, cambridge English Corpus, looking back at what was considered necessary and what has now been achieved, provokes some interesting reflections. English-Russian dictionary of common lexis. According to Berkeley, reflection on the attributes of that external spirit leads us to identify it with God. Joe Garson had shouted his confession without a second of reflection.
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