This made them reflect seriously on what was passed, which, however, was no remedy for the present evil.
Different church buildings likewise reflect the character of the general habits of thought and feeling of those worshipping in them.
Answer me this, without embarrassment or reflecting deeply what thou wilt answer, for they are no riddles I put to thee."
With some falling off in spontaneity, the impulse to great dramatic production lasted till the Long Parliament closed the theaters in 1642; and when they were reopened at the Restoration, in 1660, the stage only too faithfully reflected the debased moral tone of the court society of Charles II.
How long before it dawns on us that the world we see no longer reflects the world we inhabit, that we are blind?
These had been oiled and oiled, until the two tall candles on the table in the middle of the room were gloomily reflected on every leaf; as if they were buried, in deep graves of black mahogany, and no light to speak of could be expected from them until they were dug out.
Of course I did reflect even then that it does not always happen that a man gets up and blurts out his whole story.
The reason for dismissing a person from a business organization should be kept private, especially if it is something that reflects unfavorably on his character.
The added color, soft and lovely in itself, was darkly reflected on his heart.
I did not approach her solitary figure without trembling; for this gloomy end to her determined walk, and the way in which she stood, almost within the cavernous shadow of the iron bridge, looking at the lights crookedly reflected in the strong tide, inspired a dread within me.
The setting sun is reflected from the windows of the alms-house as brightly as from the rich man’s abode; the snow melts before its door as early in the spring.
An awkward excuse commonly reflects on the one who offers it.
For some moments she reflected desperately, then her face brightened.
Having received this advice, and reflected on it duly, the Sirdar ordered the railway to be constructed without more delay.
We have seen that idea become vivid as a beacon, vivid as sunshine caught and reflected dazzlingly by some window in the landscape, in the teachings of Buddha, Lao Tse, and, most clearly of all, of Jesus of Nazareth.
The more carefully I reflected on what had passed between us, the more shrewdly I suspected the production of the casket, and the application for the loan, of having been mere formalities, designed to pave the way for the parting inquiry addressed to me.
On his face it became a mild benevolence which Mrs. Archer's countenance dutifully reflected.
There are more motive and sensory nerves from the brain to the hand than to any other portion of the body and, whether sleeping or waking, they continually and unconsciously reflect the thought and character of the mind or soul of the individual.
He reflected awhile; then realizing that he had no good excuse for further detaining her, he arose and came over to her.
by magic, from a score of lofty heights, red fires are gushing upward into the black and velvety gloom, and as the ominous beacons gather in flaming volume roaring up to a great height, the lurid glow of the dark firmament is reflected dully upon the slumbering plains.