On the whole, reflectively, she was in no uncertainty about the things that were wrong.
Peter looked at Linda reflectively and then he told her that he could see it.
"Ye've done been off ter college, son," began old Cyrus reflectively, as he bit on his pipe stem and judicially nodded his head.
"I reckon maybe some of us might help," remarked Mr. Watts, reflectively.
"That's real kind of you; real kind," said Mrs. Talcott reflectively.
"It is enormously important, I grant--enormously," he repeated, reflectively.
"By turning them against me, if the story should turn out to be false," he answered, reflectively.
“She may teach, but she may not act,” said he, reflectively.
"I think I will ask the cook to make green-turtle soup of you," continued the Queen, reflectively.
But the other envelope bore an address which Vagualame gazed at reflectively.
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.