Definition of reflexed in English:

reflexed

adjective

  • 1Of light, heat, an image, etc.: reflected, thrown back. Also: owing to or caused by reflection. Also figurative and in figurative contexts. Now rare.

  • 2Chiefly Botany and Heraldry. Especially of a part of a plant (or animal): bent, turned, looped, or folded back; recurved.

  • 3Of knowledge, a thought, action, etc.: turned or directed backwards or inwards. Compare "reflex". Now rare.

Origin

Late Middle English; earliest use found in John Wyclif (d. 1384), theologian, philosopher, and religious reformer. From post-classical Latin reflexus, past participle of reflectere reflect + -ed. Compare later reflex, reflex.

Pronunciation

reflexed

/ˈriːflɛkst/