Adjective "introspective" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ɪntrəˈspɛktɪv/

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Definitions and examples

adjective

Characterized by or given to introspection.
  1. 'He's very introspective and reflective, and he's caught up in the problems of existence in a non-religious world.'
  2. 'It wasn't easy, she admits, and she has not arranged them chronologically, but rather to establish an introspective and confessional storyline.'
  3. 'A remarkably introspective thought, given the outward-facing nature of previous steps of unpacking.'
  4. 'This, their second album, takes a much more thoughtful and introspective direction than their previous, more rocky music.'
  5. 'I mean comic books don't promote introspective contemplation and societal theory, do they?'
  6. 'She was very introspective and pensive, and I always had the feeling that her awareness was somehow contained in mine.'
  7. 'Everything was more subtle and introspective.'
  8. 'Then some of them are very contemplative and introspective.'
  9. 'Have you recently done a bit more self-analysis, introspective digging around?'
  10. 'Kate can turn Pete into a mumbling, introspective bore'

Definitions

1. characterized by introspection, the act or process of looking into oneself.

More examples(as adjective)

"shares can be introspective."

"people can be introspective."

"moods can be introspective."

"reports can be introspective."

"markets can be introspective."

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