Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In heraldry, same as flexed.

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Examples

  • The brilliant rose-orange sunset at their backs re -- flected off the gold-leafed onion domes that rose majesti -- cally into the darkening eastern sky.

    Stalling

  • It was re-flected in the city's art, in its commerce, in its enter'tainment venues.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • Gel made for the training-quarters at a trot, and Kyrtian re-flected that the Sergeant was probably already five steps ahead of him in planning things.

    Elvenborn

  • According to Southern African Statistics 2000, WEFA's elec - tronic publication, enormous racial differences were also re - flected in the poverty rates.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Even bits and pieces of the streets and passageways re - flected the sun.

    Ilse Witch

  • Alhana stood alone, her silver armor burning with the re - flected flames.

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • This re-flected its origin in aqueous alien growths that, while analogous in form and lifestyle to communal Terran corals, contained a high proportion of silicon as opposed to the more common calcium.

    The Howling Stones

  • On the most basic level, there was no difference, he re - flected, as he crawled through the damp, sulfurous PVC pip - ing, away from the house, the compound, and the feds.

    Second Skin

  • The mirror surface re - flected only cold sky above -- that, and the cold, thoughtful face of the wizard who knelt beside it.

    The Gates of Thorbardin

  • The mirror surface re - flected only cold sky above -- that, and the cold, thoughtful face of the wizard who knelt beside it.

    The Gates of Thorbardin

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