When she was not at home, it sat on K.'s dresser, propped against his collar-box.
His head dropped back on his chair; he propped his sagging legs on a stool.
And when she had propped you up against the bank, she came for me.
He propped himself against a wall and reproved his tormentors in Latin.
Helen sat up and propped her chin in her hands with her elbows on her knees.
He was evidently a cripple, propped up in a strange wheelchair.
Eric propped the letter against his looking-glass, as he began to dress.
"Like herself—alive to the fingertips," he thought, and then he propped it against the pier-glass.
The old lady was propped up with pillows, and Natalina was fussing about her.
Kate was propped up in bed, and the window of her room was open.