Antonyms for leant

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He leant forward and brought his puzzled gaze to bear upon her.

He leaped up and ran to the top of the stairs and leant over the banisters.

He leant across the table and took hold of one of Maggie's hands.

She leant out of the window as if she were trying to see him more closely.

She peered out of the window, and then leant her head through the opening.

They leant back against the cushions and looked at each other.

He leant across the table and, pointing to the paper, said, "Are you using that?"

Fanny leant behind him, and apart from all, against one of the pews.

With the left hand, too, he leant heavily on a thick walking-stick.

Ferrand leant over and cast a glance at the sick woman, who had not stirred.