The doctor ordered the regular flection of his shoulders. From LearnThat.org.
Noun : noun inflection; verb inflection. From Dictionary.com.
I have thirty degrees flection in my right arm and it does not swivel. From Wordnik.com. [Burgess, Richard G.] Reference
Their situation was not such as to encourage re - flection and analysis. From Wordnik.com. [Barbarossa]
"That i is the wrong hall," the voice had announced without in-i flection. From Wordnik.com. [The Garden of Rama]
He eyed with dissatisfaction his own re - flection in the highly polished pewter mug. From Wordnik.com. [Dragons of a Fallen Sun]
He leaned across the table and assumed a man-to-man in flection You know how good she's put together?. From Wordnik.com. [The Witness]
The two meanings illustrate the difference between contemplation and action, philosophical re - flection and practical conduct. From Wordnik.com. [JUSTICE] Reference
Following the twinkling r flection of gravel and tire ruts, she ran a hundred yards and left the can in the middle of the road. From Wordnik.com. [Kate]
Re - flection upon the very logic of explanation (be it commonsensical or scientific) showed clearly that, for example, the still fashionable existentialist questions. From Wordnik.com. [Dictionary of the History of Ideas] Reference
One shape, flying in the center, was larger than the rest, so large that it seemed the green tinge in the sky was a re - flection of the sunlight on the dragon's scales. From Wordnik.com. [Dragons of a Fallen Sun]
Economist with ABN AMRO, Colen Garrow, said it was a good re - flection on South Africa's credit standing that lenders were pre - pared to roll the bond over despite the crisis in the currency and bond markets. From Wordnik.com. [ANC Daily News Briefing] Reference
Copper chloride, rather slow in flection: poisonous. From Wordnik.com. [Insectivorous Plants] Reference
He didn't have any flection in his wrists and could barely lift his arms. From Wordnik.com. [All Stories - Federal Way Mirror] Reference
However, they are pleasant upon re - flection, and make sufficient amends for all suf - ferings. From Wordnik.com. [Memoirs of the political and private life of James Caulfield, earl of Charlemont] Reference
But symptoms of disii flection were prevalent, and the Court saw the necessity of vigorous measures. From Wordnik.com. [Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society] Reference
This re - flection rendered the Count extremely dear to the worthy bishop, who always called him his son. From Wordnik.com. [The life of st. Francis of Sales, tr. by W.H. Coombes] Reference
In a former flection they threw in fifteen votes; in the pre - sent, it is Htid, they wonltf have come forward vith fifty. From Wordnik.com. [The Debates and proceedings in the Congress of the United States] Reference
The conduct of the Frenchman, in rashly sacrificing his troops and the interests of his country, could not bear re - flection. From Wordnik.com. [The geographical and historical dictionary of America and the West Indies : containing an entire translation of the Spanish work of Colonel Don Antonio de Alcedo...with large additions and compilations from modern voyages and travels, and from original and authentic information] Reference
It must be however to you, to the army, and to our country, the sweetest re - flection, that the lustre of the British arms has been maintained amidst many disadvantageous cir - cumstances. From Wordnik.com. [A History of the campaigns of the British forces in Spain and Portugal : undertaken to relieve those countries from the French usurpation : comprehending memoirs of the operations of this interesting war : characteristic reports of the Spanish and Portuguese troops, and illustrative anecdotes of distinguished military conduct in individuals, whatever their rank in the Army] Reference
She was still enveloped in the comfort of this re - flection when she introduced me to our audience, and to impress my qualifications upon my hearers she made her introduction in these words. From Wordnik.com. [The Story of a Pioneer]
I was present; but my astonishment at his figure so totally suspended my faculties, that he would have made the length of Curzon street before I should have recovered any power of re - flection. From Wordnik.com. [Letters of the Late Lord Littelton] Reference
Ac - quire this knowledge, the noblest, the worthi - est, of which man is capable; endeavour by re - flection and consideration to procure it always greater perspicuity and certainty; associate the idea. From Wordnik.com. [Sermons on Prevalent Errors, and Vices and on Various Other Topics] Reference
Lol tis funny coz da “?” iznt bakwerd in da ‘flection. From Wordnik.com. [Why is that obnoxious cat - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?] Reference
So here we have flection of a preposition!. From Wordnik.com. [Disproving a particular translation of TLE 193 once and for all] Reference
477: 21 flection in multifarious forms of the living Principle. From Wordnik.com. [Science and Health, with Key to the Scriptures] Reference
500 m.p.h. There was no time to pause either for re - flection or tribute. From Wordnik.com. [The HurricaneStory]
Easily broken. flection n. From Wordnik.com. [Recently Uploaded Slideshows] Reference
471: 18 flection. From Wordnik.com. [Science and Health, with Key to the Scriptures] Reference
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