At first glance that form would seem to be unsuitable for the expression of reflectiveness so deep as this.
I have a great vein of reflection or reflectiveness—which is it, Dolly?
Again the narrative broke in a pause, and the bright, dark eyes of the Russian sobered into reflectiveness and pain.
They are wanting in geniality, and apparently wanting in reflectiveness.
In style and in reflectiveness it is, I think, your chef duvre.
It is this reflectiveness that has caused the attribution of the work to ateliers.
An expression of awe and reflectiveness veiled the sharpness of his features.
His tendency to reflectiveness did not diminish his passion: it rather augmented it.
All his bearing showed his intellect, his reflectiveness, and his greatness, and was not devoid of a certain grace.
Symbols of reflectiveness passed into her face, and a note of tragedy at times into her voice.
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.