verb (used with object)
Origin of mirror
Related formsmir·ror·like, adjectiveun·mir·rored, adjective
Examples from the Web for mirroring
A skull forms through the mirroring of the original image and hovers above the large negative shape.
Fabricating the future on screen has always been a way of mirroring present-day anxieties about technology.
The Daily Pic: Adad Hannah mirrrors the mirroring that happens in Velazquez.
Rousseff, now 62, has lived a wild political life, mirroring the changing fortunes of her country.
And so his crown was all a mirror—clear, bright, beautiful, but mirroring a looking-glass soul.Sunday-School Success|Amos R. Wells
It seems as if the image of the fountain is fittest and most tempting for mirroring in music.Symphonies and Their Meaning; Third Series, Modern Symphonies|Philip H. Goepp
He endeavors to correct it by the thought that each monad ideally includes the whole universe by mirroring it.
A hill, she thought, mirroring the clouds and growing light again with their passing.Yonder|Emily Hilda Young
Over the dam it lay in a quiet pool, mirroring every bud and twig.Wayside Courtships|Hamlin Garland