In a reflective moment, Gioeli speaks of voting for Barack Obama from behind bars via absentee ballot.
Clad in an all-black ensemble, and wearing his signature, thick-framed glasses, Soderbergh was in a reflective mood.
Back home in New Orleans, Donovan is reticent and Pleasant is reflective, but neither man fit in.
They dressed in hard hats, safety glasses, and reflective vests, so they could pose as “public works” employees.
But I am not a reflective person—except for a big mistake, and then I really think about it.
Loristan looked at his hot twelve-year-old face with a reflective curiousness.
The view he took of it was sympathetic to his father, yet calm and reflective.
The solo parts in the oratorio are always short and of a reflective character.
It was Sir William who had toddled up and addressed the reflective guest.
The head lowered, that is, inclined forward, denotes the reflective state.
reflective re·flec·tive (rĭ-flěk'tĭv)
Of, relating to, produced by, or resulting from reflection.
Capable of or producing reflection.
Characterized by or given to meditation or contemplation; thoughtful.