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- adj. Not reflecting.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. not capable of total reflection of light; not polished or shiny.
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- adj. not capable of physical reflection
Her 'nonreflecting' paint was overdue for renewal, and K. 15 could see her clearly.
So the glossy cars, for example, are set off by an austere, nonreflecting background of matte concrete.
The sky grew black, not as night, but like a flat, nonreflecting surface.
The infra-red ray which has been developed by LeCroix from the experiments of the Italian scientist Ulivi causes, when concentrated by an apparatus perfected by LeCroix, an instantaneous combustion of nonreflecting surfaces.
The patient put his phantom limb on the nonreflecting side of the mirror and his normal arm on the reflecting side of the mirror.
3. In all cultures and subcultures, a sizable percentage of nonreflecting individuals mindlessly follow the Herd, aping its dress, speech, mannerisms and values, whatever their content, equating status with conformity.
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