Thesaurus / elbow

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Mrs. Chattaway buried her elbow on the sofa-cushion, and pressed her hand to her face, half covering it, before she spoke.
TREVLYN HOLDMRS. HENRY WOOD
So she stood an instant and then she reclined on the edge of the bed, resting on one elbow and looking down at him.
BRIDE OF THE MISTLETOEJAMES LANE ALLEN
Earl placed an elbow on his knee, using his hand as a rest for his throbbing temples.
THE HINDERED HANDSUTTON E. GRIGGS
Garry propped himself upon one elbow, the better to see the speaker's countenance.
The bay is merely an elbow, half the winds blowing in from the open sea.
NED MYERSJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
This is why you call this part of the elbow the "funny" or "crazy bone."
“Link,” said Jack; and as he stuck out his elbow again in an unmistakable fashion, I took his arm.
SIX TO SIXTEENJULIANA HORATIA EWING
Then the flap of the awning was suddenly whisked aside and Asad himself appeared with Marzak at his elbow.
THE SEA-HAWKRAPHAEL SABATINI
He stood at the side of the piano, upon which he leaned an elbow.
THE PRINCESS ELOPESHAROLD MACGRATH
The young man drew nearer, and Elleney tilted up one elbow as a hint to him to keep his distance.
NORTH, SOUTH AND OVER THE SEAM.E. FRANCIS (MRS. FRANCIS BLUNDELL)

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