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Synonyms for reflect

Synonyms for reflect

to send back the sound of

to send back or form an image of

Synonyms

to copy (another) slavishly

to use the powers of the mind, as in conceiving ideas, drawing inferences, and making judgments

Synonyms for reflect

manifest or bring back

to throw or bend back (from a surface)

be bright by reflecting or casting light

show an image of

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give evidence of a certain behavior

give evidence of the quality of

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It is a mirror which no stone can crack, whose quicksilver will never wear off, whose gilding Nature continually repairs; no storms, no dust, can dim its surface ever fresh; -- a mirror in which all impurity presented to it sinks, swept and dusted by the sun's hazy brush -- this the light dust-cloth -- which retains no breath that is breathed on it, but sends its own to float as clouds high above its surface, and be reflected in its bosom still.
One November afternoon, in the calm at the end of a rain-storm of several days' duration, when the sky was still completely overcast and the air was full of mist, I observed that the pond was remarkably smooth, so that it was difficult to distinguish its surface; though it no longer reflected the bright tints of October, but the sombre November colors of the surrounding hills.
And Prince Andrew, crossing his arms behind him, long paced the room, now frowning, now smiling, as he reflected on those irrational, inexpressible thoughts, secret as a crime, which altered his whole life and were connected with Pierre, with fame, with the girl at the window, the oak, and woman's beauty and love.
Instead of being hurt, denying, defending himself, begging forgiveness, instead of remaining indifferent even--anything would have been better than what he did do--his face utterly involuntarily (reflex spinal action, reflected Stepan Arkadyevitch, who was fond of physiology)--utterly involuntarily assumed its habitual, good-humored, and therefore idiotic smile.
I reflected for a while on the life that the Captain suggested to my imagination.
This guide, as of May 1, 2005, has been updated to reflect all relevant new auditing standards and other guidance that has been issued over the past year.
Beryllium will Bragg reflect neutrons whose wavelengths are less than 0.395 nm out of the beam.
As I reflect on my gay and lesbian friends, most of whom are in my age category, I do see that those who came out when I did share many of the attributes of their cohort.
* Changes in form of government support--the pressure to reflect outcome-based performance in seeking or realizing government support will increase.
Chan understands all too well that modern alienation is best illustrated by way of a glut of images--a point reflected on famously by Guy Debord in his 1967 book The Society of the Spectacle.
Because of the conversational nature of the interviews, they also reflect Nurse's critical practice--as when, in a group interview with Andre Alexis, Nalo Hopkinson, and Djanet Sears, she notes that, "As a black critic I want people to see that blackness is everything" (149).
On May 17, 2004, the Federal Reserve Board announced amendments to Appendix A of Regulation CC, that reflect the restructuring of the Federal Reserve's check-processing operations in the Seventh and Eighth Districts.
Schedule M-2 must reflect activity only of corporations included in the U.S.