reflexive

[adj] - (grammar) referring back to itself
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Reflexive

Re·flex'ive adjective 1. [ Confer French réflexif .] Bending or turned backward; reflective; having respect to something past. « Assurance reflexive can not be a divine faith.» Hammond. 2. Implying censure. [ Obsolete] 'What man does not resent an u
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reflexive

self-referent adjective referring back to itself
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Reflexive

• (a.) Implying censure. • (a.) Having for its direct object a pronoun which refers to the agent or subject as its antecedent; -- said of certain verbs; as, the witness perjured himself; I bethought myself. Applied also to pronouns of this class; reciprocal; reflective. • (a.) Bending or turned backward; reflective; having respect to
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reflexive

reflexive 1. Describes a pronoun referring to the same person or thing as another noun or pronoun in the same sentence. The reflexive pronouns in English end in '-self' or '-selves,' e.g. 'myself,' 'yourself,' 'ourselves.' 2. Describes a verb that takes a reflexive pronoun as an object, thereby indicating an action that the subject does to or for
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reflexive

Verb form where the subject refers back to itself: I wash myself
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