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Retrospect vs. Introspect

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Retrospectnoun

Consideration of past times.

Introspectverb

(intransitive) To engage in introspection.

Retrospectverb

To look or refer back to; to reflect on.

Introspectverb

(transitive) To look into.

Retrospectverb

To look backward; hence, to affect or concern what is past.

‘It may be useful to retrospect to an early period.’;

Introspectverb

To look into or within; to view the inside of.

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Retrospectnoun

A looking back on things past; view or contemplation of the past.

‘We may introduce a song without retrospect to the old comedy.’;

Introspectverb

reflect on one's own thoughts and feelings

Retrospectnoun

contemplation of things past;

‘in retrospect’;

Retrospectverb

look back upon (a period of time, sequence of events, etc.); remember;

‘she reviewed her achievements with pride’;

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