Definitions for reflectiverɪˈflɛk tɪv
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word reflective
brooding, broody, contemplative, meditative, musing, pensive, pondering, reflective, ruminative(adj)
deeply or seriously thoughtful
"Byron lives on not only in his poetry, but also in his creation of the 'Byronic hero' - the persona of a brooding melancholy young man";
capable of physically reflecting light or sound
"a reflective surface"
devoted to matters of the mind
"the reflective type"
Something which reflects, or redirects back to the source.
Thinking back on the past.
throwing back images; as, a reflective mirror
capable of exercising thought or judgment; as, reflective reason
addicted to introspective or meditative habits; as, a reflective person
Origin: [Cf. F. rflectif. Cf. Reflexive.]
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Happiness is reflective, like the light of heaven.
The net enthusiasm in the market is reflective of hopes that the Greek crisis is going to be resolved here shortly.
It's a growth process for all of us, we are learning, we have been reflective to see what we need to do. You will see the difference.
I don't like when clothes wear a woman, the woman I've made a dress for this year knows that, so hopefully it's reflective of her character, her personality.
Given the cross currents in the economy, different people can have different views ... which is really reflective of what the committee's decision-making is.
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