recline[ ri-klahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF recline
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RECLINE
They lifted her into the carriage, and made what arrangements they best could to allow her to recline.
To move, stand, or recline in an indolent or relaxed manner.
Some straw had been spread on the bottom, and on this Caius was directed to recline.
The kettle chooses to sit still on the hob; the eagle to recline on the air.
At last I was permitted to get up and recline in fauteuil or on sofa.
It was so arranged that Sybil Jones could recline, being then far from well.
It was covered with a carpet, and furnished with a pillow to recline on.
While the musicians repose they loiter, sauntering round, or recline on seats.
I recline in the shelter of a tree, moving only as the shade moves.
Against these they recline, sitting cross legged on the ground.