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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishretrospectret‧ro‧spect /ˈretrəspekt/ noun   in retrospect
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retrospectSo you won, Ragu, and in retrospect I think it was right that you did.Popular fiction often becomes more important in retrospect.There would seem in retrospect to have been two primary reasons.It was never our intention to hurt anyone and it occurs to us in retrospect that the ad was insensitive.Yet, in retrospect, Glam dovetailed exactly with developments in consumer capitalism.In retrospect, dying of the disease itself would seem infinitely preferable to the agonies of death from mercury poisoning.In retrospect, he said, he did not realize how hard it would be to keep them happy.In retrospect, they were spinning straw into gold.
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