But with President Obama it is reflexively viewed as socialist instead of centrist.
I reflexively hate to be on Murdoch or Microsoft's side on pretty much any issue.
Americans, preoccupied with their own problems, may feel helpless in the face of such suffering and reflexively turn away.
Conservative pundits like to whine from time to time about how blacks “reflexively” or “unthinkingly” pull the Democratic lever.
I reflexively asked myself, what the hell were they doing in Misrata?
We Westerners reflexively trust elections, and we do not hesitate to recommend them to others who know better.
Both dremen (to dream) and meten (also to dream) are sometimes used with a dative case and reflexively in Old English.
reflexively, he whirled and crouched, gun flickering into his hand.
On its screen appeared Curt Andrews, bright young assistant account man, reflexively simulating activity at his desk.
She looked away and reflexively reached toward the delete button.
1580s, "reflective, capable of bending or turning back," from Medieval Latin reflexivus, from Late Latin reflexus (see reflect). Meaning "of the nature of a reflex" is from 1839 (implied in reflexively). Grammatical sense from 1837. Related: Reflexiveness; reflexivity.
Of or relating to a mathematical or logical relation such that, for any given element, that element has the given relation to itself. Equality in mathematics is a reflexive relation, since a = a for all a, whereas the relation of being 'less than' is not, since it is not true that a < a for any a.