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1. A surface capable of reflecting sufficient undiffused light to form an image of an object placed in front of it. Also called looking glass.
2. Something that faithfully reflects or gives a true picture of something else.
3. Something worthy of imitation.
tr.v. mir·rored, mir·ror·ing, mir·rors
To reflect in or as if in a mirror: "The city mirrors many of the greatest moments of Western culture" (Olivier Bernier).

[Middle English mirour, from Old French mireor, from mirer, to look at, from Latin mīrārī, to wonder at, from mīrus, wonderful; see smei- in Indo-European roots.]


1. reflected, as in a mirror
2. having a mirror or mirror-like surface attached
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Adj.1.mirrored - like or characteristic of a mirror image
reflected - (especially of incident sound or light) bent or sent back; "reflected light"; "reflected heat"; "reflected glory"
References in classic literature ?
So when Langwidere sat in her easy chair and played soft melodies upon her mandolin, her form was mirrored hundreds of times, in walls and ceiling and floor, and whichever way the lady turned her head she could see and admire her own features.
These heads were kept in what she called her "cabinet," which was a beautiful dressing-room that lay just between Langwidere's sleeping-chamber and the mirrored sitting-room.
With this light luggage he crawled down the little Norfolk rivers, intending to reach the Broads at last, but meanwhile delighting in the overhanging gardens and meadows, the mirrored mansions or villages, lingering to fish in the pools and corners, and in some sense hugging the shore.
Interior designers often use mirrors to alter perceptions of light and space - how often have you almost walked into a mirrored wall, only to realise it's a cunning illusion?
Venetian mirrored frame, pounds 7, Woolworths; Sunburst mirror, pounds 15, Matalan; Cut glass dressing table mirror, pounds 110, Next; Senator mirror, pounds 200, John Lewis; Louis distressed mirror, pounds 395, www.
Once the mirrored data element is established by creating a copy of the original data element, the mirror is maintained by replicating all write operations in two (or more) places creating identical copies.
The young Cuban, Miami-based artist team of Quisqueya Henriquez and Consuelo Castaneda papered the gallery's longitudinal walls with laser prints that mirrored the interior, replicating the scale of the exhibition space but multiplying the number of cast-iron columns to create the appearance of a vast, empty, but infinitely open, classical portico.