verb (used with object)
Origin of mirror
Related formsmir·ror·like, adjectiveun·mir·rored, adjective
Examples from the Web for mirror
In it, he finds a large mirror, and when he looks into the mirror, he sees his parents standing behind him.
He runs to find his friend Ron to show him his parents in the mirror.
But when Ron looks into the mirror, he sees himself being carried on the shoulders of his teammates, the hero who won the game.
But she is, in her way, holding a mirror up to nature, and objects in this mirror may be closer than they appear.
The queen rejoiced, went home, and asked the mirror: “Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who in this land is the fairest of all?”In New Brothers Grimm 'Snow White', The Prince Doesn't Save Her|The Brothers Grimm|November 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Lady Cecilia rose from the bed, advanced towards the mirror, and smoothed her hair.The Mysteries of London, v. 1/4|George W. M. Reynolds
And so his crown was all a mirror—clear, bright, beautiful, but mirroring a looking-glass soul.Sunday-School Success|Amos R. Wells
If art "holds the mirror up to nature" this art's mirror is the largest of all, the most used.Our Androcentric Culture, or The Man Made World|Charlotte Perkins Gilman
I will only say that I repeated again the experiments with the mirror, sometimes with success, sometimes without.Great Ghost Stories|Various
The more you look at this optical being moving there behind the mirror, the more remarkable the image appears to you.Mysterious Psychic Forces|Camille Flammarion