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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of mirror.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Reflected in or as if in a mirror.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. like or characteristic of a mirror image
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Though I couldn’t see Avida’s face, I assumed her expression mirrored my own.
But then she chanced to look at Will, and his expression mirrored her friend’s.
Vitrue founder Seth Bradford says pre-election percentages of online social media buzz for Barack Obama and John McCain mirrored their final vote totals and Slumdog Millionaire was leading buzz about movies before it cleaned up at the Academy Awards.
Mr. Sarkar had hold ratings on both AT&T and Verizon throughout 2010, and though both companies' shares rose, his calls mirrored his belief on the market's direction.
Setting a new benchmark in mirrored cabinetry design, the Uplift cabinets feature a door that opens vertically, offering the aesthetics of a seamless mirror and flexible storage and design options.
Who doesn't want to say Jared and Jensen in mirrored shades?
He would have been tapped on the shoulder by a handful of guys in mirrored shades while waiting in Dubai airport (where the immigration like is an hour long at the best of times), and likely subjected to a little bit of rather uncivilized questioning, which would absolutely not have been “unconstitutional”, since no agent of the US government was involved.
We added in mirrored elements with white ceramic elephants and cattail arrangements with backdrops [...]
The inspiration for Christian Louboutin's boutique apparently came from his own Paris home (really, his home is packed with shoes housed in mirrored dovecotes?).
Their journey to Witch Mountain mirrored their journey of self discovery.