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reflection
used in Anna Karenina

19 uses
  • But Stepan Arkadyevitch gave him no time for reflection, and, as though divining his doubts, he scattered them.
    Part Seven (24% in)
  • Anna Arkadyevna read and understood, but it was distasteful to her to read, that is, to follow the reflection of other people's lives.
    Part One (86% in)
  • All his life Alexey Alexandrovitch had lived and worked in official spheres, having to do with the reflection of life.
    Part Two (21% in)
  • The sight of tears threw him into a state of nervous agitation, and he utterly lost all power of reflection.
    Part Three (35% in)
  • She had said it simply from the reflection that as Vronsky would not be here, she had better secure her own freedom, and try to see him somehow.
    Part Three (51% in)
  • Be that as it might, when, on the seventh day, he parted from the prince, who was starting for Moscow, and received his thanks, he was happy to be rid of his uncomfortable position and the unpleasant reflection of himself.
    Part Four (3% in)
  • He could not think about it, because in picturing what would happen, he could not drive away the reflection that her death would at once remove all the difficulty of his position.
    Part Four (69% in)
  • One consolatory reflection upon her conduct had occurred to her at the first moment of the final rupture, and when now she recalled all the past, she remembered that one reflection.
    Part Five (23% in)
  • One consolatory reflection upon her conduct had occurred to her at the first moment of the final rupture, and when now she recalled all the past, she remembered that one reflection.
    Part Five (23% in)
  • The fact that this reflection was but one of millions of reflections, which as Mihailov knew for certain would be true, did not diminish for him the significance of Golenishtchev's remark.
    Part Five (32% in)
  • The fact that this reflection was but one of millions of reflections, which as Mihailov knew for certain would be true, did not diminish for him the significance of Golenishtchev's remark.
    Part Five (32% in)
  • This again was one of the million true reflections that could be found in his picture and in the figure of Christ.
    Part Five (33% in)
  • She showed that alertness, that swiftness of reflection comes out in men before a battle, in conflict, in the dangerous and decisive moments of life—those moments when a man shows once and for all his value, and that all his past has not been wasted but has been a preparation for these moments.
    Part Five (54% in)
  • He even said over to himself the words in which he meant to put his offer, but instead of those words, some utterly unexpected reflection that occurred to him made him ask: "What is the difference between the 'birch' mushroom and the 'white' mushroom?"
    Part Six (12% in)
  • This discovery, suddenly throwing light on all those families of one or two children, which had hitherto been so incomprehensible to her, aroused so many ideas, reflections, and contradictory emotions, that she had nothing to say, and simply gazed with wide-open eyes of wonder at Anna.
    Part Six (73% in)
  • These were the very arguments Darya Alexandrovna had used in her own reflections; but she heard them without understanding them.
    Part Six (74% in)
  • But the next note, changed to pay for providing a dinner for their relations, that cost twenty-eight roubles, though it did excite in Levin the reflection that twenty-eight roubles meant nine measures of oats, which men would with groans and sweat have reaped and bound and thrashed and winnowed and sifted and sown,—this next one he parted with more easily.
    Part Seven (6% in)
  • And now the notes he changed no longer aroused such reflections, and they flew off like little birds.
    Part Seven (6% in)
  • "Of course I don't care, but still I feel ashamed and awfully stupid," thought Levin, consoling himself with the reflection that everyone does it.
    Part Seven (17% in)

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