In retrospect, it seems obvious that Pelosi would not willingly walk away from power.
And certainly not something I expected from my shrink … although in retrospect, were there signs that I might have missed?
In retrospect, Horyn thinks she made a mistake—though she says she didn't mean to be derisive about the actress' weight.
Interesting to read this article in retrospect; Obama was trying to help here the later-famous 47 percent.
In retrospect, though, nothing about the history of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 suggests its passage was inevitable.
And the adjutant threw his head back and laughed joyously over the retrospect.
The Russian ballet, in the retrospect, seems trivial by comparison.
The things that seemed important when they were present seem pitifully insignificant in the retrospect.
Indeed he had succeeded in reality, as well as in retrospect, in evading his grief.
That it is wrong, but that the only remedy is a bill of retrospect.