Definition of Refected
1. refect [v] - See also: refect
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Literary usage of Refected
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Introduction to Natural Philosophy: Designed as a Text-book for the Use by Denison Olmsted, Ebenezer Strong Snell (1845)
"The light of the sun refected from the first surface of bodies, and also the white flames of all combustibles, whether direct or refected, differ in color ..."
2. A Theoretical and Practical Grammar of the French Language: In which the by Levizac (Jean Pons Victor Lecoutz), Anthony Bolmar (1844)
"Of refected Verbs. 144. There are active and neuter reflected verbs. ... There are also unipersonal or impersonal refected verbs', these are only used in ..."
3. A Treatise of Plane Trigonometry: To which is Prefixed a Summary View of the by Jeremiah Day (1831)
"From these principles is derived the following proposition ; When light is refected by two mirrors successively, the angle which the last refected ray makes ..."
4. French Grammar by T. C. de Laporte (1848)
"In refected verbs, the future past is composed of the future absolute of the verb elre and the past participle, both being pre- seded by the reflected ..."
5. The Ley Hipotecaria of Spain: Or Law on the Inscription of Titles to by Spain, William Grain (1867)
"The value which in any form may be given to a property which has to be refected shall, before the works are commenced, be set forth in the annotation of the ..."