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reflect
used in Of Human Bondage

7 uses
  • In the bright light of the restaurant, with its vulgar looking-glasses that reflected in an endless series, she looked old and haggard.
    109-110 — Chapters 109-110 (37% in)
  • This was not quite accurate, for he had been kept awake by his own thoughts; and Philip, listening sullenly, reflected that he had only made a noise once, and there was no reason why his uncle should not have slept before or after.
    7-8 — Chapters 7-8 (78% in)
  • He tried to think it all out; it was very exciting, since his whole life seemed concerned (he thought his decision on this matter must profoundly affect its course) and a mistake might lead to eternal damnation; but the more he reflected the more convinced he was; and though during the next few weeks he read books, aids to scepticism, with eager interest it was only to confirm him in what he felt instinctively.
    27-28 — Chapters 27-28 (75% in)
  • He did not like the idea that she had been forced to it by poverty; that seemed to reflect on the family.
    49-50 — Chapters 49-50 (12% in)
  • Philip reflected for an instant, and his answer was not devoid of a gentle desire to annoy.
    51-52 — Chapters 51-52 (98% in)
  • He knew they had not thought of him at all, and he reflected bitterly that he had paid for the dinner and their seats in the music-hall.
    73-74 — Chapters 73-74 (89% in)
  • "When all's said and done,' he reflected, "she hasn't had much chance.'
    91-92 — Chapters 91-92 (74% in)

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