Clean the mirror.
The optimist looks into a mirror and becomes more optimistic, the pessimist more pessimistic.
With bronze as a mirror one can dress neatly; with the example of another person one can see the advantages and disadvantages of himself; from the mirror of history one can know the reason for the rise and fall of states.
Mirror, mirror on the wall. Who in the land is fairest of all? And then the mirror would always reply: "You, my queen, are fairest of all."
I saw flashing red lights in my rear-view mirror and my heart sank.
My mind is as bright and clean as a stainless mirror.
Do you want a new world to live in, mirror of your deepest and most truthful desires?
Don't do the duck-face in your mirror self-shots!
My hair's messed up this morning. At least lend me a hand mirror - it should be shut in the drawer there.
The mirror on a compact I got from a friend has cracked.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the fairest of the all?
Matching and mirroring the other person’s speech and behaviour is something that comes naturally to good communicators.
She carried a mirror in her purse so she could check her makeup.
She practiced curtsying in the mirror in preparation for her meeting with the queen.
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