[ UK /ɹɪkˈʌmbənt/ ]
  1. lying down; in a position of comfort or rest
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How To Use recumbent In A Sentence

  • The uprights nearest this 'recumbent' block are the tallest in the circle, and the size of the rest decreases towards the north. Rough Stone Monuments and Their Builders
  • The assumption of the recumbent position is associated with shoulder pain.
  • I walked over the long green grass to one of the recumbent stones next to the gate of the field and stood on top of it.
  • Feel free to "palp" your Dutch bike, recumbent, or cargo bike full of borrowed children. Archive 2010-09-01
  • Treadmills, stationary bikes, recumbent bikes, stair steppers and elliptical machines: With all the choices of modern cardio equipment, you have to wonder which is the best fat burner.
  • Rectal temperatures were obtained in recumbent patients; temperatures were recorded every two minutes until there had been no change for two minutes.
  • At top center is a woman in a camisole with a thought balloon above her head depicting a recumbent figure.
  • The question was no sooner spoken than a groan came from the other side of the coffee table, echoed by the recumbent figure on the couch.
  • There are Omega 3s galore, fish for brain food, selenium and lesser known minerals to startle a recumbent form into activity.
  • Aberdeen type, which is similar to the last, but has a 'recumbent' stone between two of the uprights of its outer circle. Rough Stone Monuments and Their Builders
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