Definition for RE'FLEX

RE'FLEX, a. [L. reflexus.]

  1. Directed back; as, a reflex act of the soul, the turning of the intellectual eye inward upon its own actions. – Hale.
  2. Designating the parts of a painting illuminated by light reflected from another part of the same picture. – Encyc.
  3. In botany, bent back; reflected.

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