reflection


reflection
Synonyms and related words:
CRT spot, DM display, Doppler signal, IF signal, IM display, Parthian shot, RF echoes, S-curve, action and reaction, address, adumbration, adverse criticism, advisement, affirmation, albedo, allegation, animadversion, answer, apostrophe, apprehension, aspersion, assault, assertion, attack, attaint, automatic reaction, autonomic reaction, averment, bad notices, bad press, badge of infamy, bar sinister, baton, beam, beat signal, bend, bend sinister, bending, black eye, black mark, blink, blips, blot, blur, bounceback, bounces, bow, bowing, brainwork, brand, broad arrow, brooding, captiousness, carping, cavil, caviling, censoriousness, censure, cerebration, champain, circumspection, circumspectness, cogitation, comment, commitment to memory, companion, conceit, concept, conception, conflexure, consideration, contemplation, cool judgment, copy, corroboration, counsel, crack, criticism, dead ringer, declaration, deflection, deliberating, deliberation, depreciation, derogation, dictum, discreetness, discretion, discrimination, disparagement, display, double, double-dot display, duplicate, echo, echo signal, effect, effigy, evidence, exact likeness, exception, exclamation, exercise of memory, expression, fancy, faultfinding, fellow, flak, flashback, flection, flex, flexure, geanticline, geosyncline, good judgment, greeting, hairpin turn, hairsplitting, hindsight, hit, home thrust, hostile criticism, hypercriticalness, hypercriticism, ice sky, iceblink, icon, idea, idol, image, imago, impression, imputation, incident light, inflection, innuendo, insinuation, intellectual object, interjection, judgment, judiciousness, knock, learning by heart, likeness, living image, living picture, local oscillator signal, looking back, lucubration, mark, mark of Cain, match, mate, meander, meditating, meditation, memoir, memorization, memorizing, memory-trace, mental image, mental impression, mention, miniature, mirroring, model, musing, nagging, niggle, niggling, nit, nit-picking, note, notion, obloquy, observation, onset, onslaught, onus, opinion, outline, output signal, overcriticalness, oxbow, perception, personal remark, personality, pestering, pettifogging, photograph, phrase, picture, pillorying, pips, point champain, policy, polity, pondering, portrait, position, predictable response, priggishness, pronouncement, proof, providence, prudence, prudentialism, question, quibble, quibbling, radar signal, rap, reaction, reading, recall, recalling, recept, recollecting, recollection, reconsideration, reflectance, reflectiveness, reflex, reflex action, refluence, reflux, remark, remembering, remembrance, reminiscence, reply, representation, reprimand, reproach, reproachfulness, resemblance, respondence, response, result, retroaction, retrospect, retrospection, return, return signal, reverberation, review, revolving, revulsion, rise, rote, rote memory, rubbing, rumination, say, saying, semblance, sentence, sentiment, shadow, sign, signal, signal display, silhouette, similitude, simulacrum, slam, slur, sly suggestion, smear, smirch, smudge, smutch, snowblink, sound judgment, soundness of judgment, speculation, spit and image, spitting image, spot, stain, statement, stigma, stigmatism, stigmatization, stricture, study, subjoinder, substantiation, suggestion, supposition, sweep, swipe, symbol, taint, taking exception, target image, tarnish, testament, testimony, theory, thinking, thought, thoughtfulness, token, trace, tracing, transmitter signal, trichoschistism, turn, turning, twin, uncomplimentary remark, unthinking response, utterance, very image, very picture, video signal, water sky, waterblink, weighing, whispering campaign, word

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  • reflection — is now the dominant form, although reflexion is the older …   Modern English usage