reflectiveness : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the capability of quiet thought or contemplation
- He has the depth, the reflectiveness, and the resilience to be our next President.
- It's a genuinely new literary form, which, at its best, combines the immediacy of talking with the reflectiveness of writing.
- For that, some critics to this day condemn him for lack of reflectiveness and worse.
News & Articles
- County road signs have bright future
Tuolumne County’s Community Resources Agency is taking bids for a project to replace 185 traffic signs and clean up 2,600 others, to give them a level of reflectiveness that meets federal standards. The county will have to cover approximately $77,000 of the $769,000 project cost and has until 2015 to finish the job. Bids are being accepted, and a contract likely will be awarded by the Dec. 5 ...
Nov. 12, 2013 - The Union Democrat
- Bruce Springsteen in Washington Post
Obama "has the depth, the reflectiveness, and the resilience to be our next President. He speaks to the America I've envisioned in my music for the past 35 years, a generous nation with a citizenry willing to tackle nuanced and complex problems, a...
- Kay Redfield Jamison in CNN
Unquestionably, I think a major link is to the underlying temperaments of both bipolar illness and depression, of reflectiveness and so forth,Jamison said.
- Craig Biggio in MLB.com
When you're older, your emotions hit you,Biggio said. "I cry all the time now. When I was 20, I never cried. I think it's a maturity, reflectiveness. There's a lot to reflect on and be proud of. When I talk about my kids and my family, it...