supine

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Sloping or inclined
Passive

Nothing, therefore, can be more contrary than such a philosophy to the supine indolence of the mind.

Lethargic; blameworthy indifferent
A type of verbal noun
Lying on its back, reclined
lying on the back
{a} having the face up, indolent, careless
{n} a kind of verbal word in grammar
(Tıp, İlaç) The supine position (pronounced /ˈsuːpaɪn/) is a position of the body: lying down with the face up, as opposed to the prone position, which is face down, sometimes with the hands behind the head or neck. When used in surgical procedures, it allows access to the peritoneal, thoracic and pericardial regions; as well as the head, neck and extremities. A study claims that people solve anagrams significantly faster when supine than when standing
Lying on its back
If you are supine, you are lying flat on your back. bedridden persons confined to the supine position. Supine is also an adverb. I lay supine on the poolside grass
offering no resistance; "resistless hostages"; "No other colony showed such supine, selfish helplessness in allowing her own border citizens to be mercilessly harried"- Theodore Roosevelt
Supine denotes the body while lying on the back, face upward
Sleeping on one's back Evidence suggests that supine sleeping reduces the risk of SIDS (See prone)
Lying in a face up position Supine is the opposite of prone
Lying flat on back, with face upward
A verbal noun; or according to C
Leaning backward, or inclining with exposure to the sun; sloping; inclined
Becker, a case of the infinitive mood ending in -um and -u, that in -um being sometimes called the former supine, and that in -u the latter supine
lying face upward
Negligent; heedless; indolent; listless
Pertaining to a posture in which the anterior portion of the body faces upward, the torso is aligned parallel to the reference surface, and the hips and knees are extended
Lethargic; blameworthy indifference
On back
Face up
{s} lying on the back, lying face upward; having the palm upward; passive, indifferent, apathetic
Lying horizontal, face up
The horizontal body position with the face and stomach upward
Lying on the back, or with the face upward; opposed to prone
Palm facing upward
supine tense
A verb form, used together with a form of the auxiliary verb ha (="have") to create the perfect and pluperfect tenses
supine position
(Tıp, İlaç) The supine position (pronounced /ˈsuːpaɪn/) is a position of the body: lying down with the face up, as opposed to the prone position, which is face down, sometimes with the hands behind the head or neck. When used in surgical procedures, it allows access to the peritoneal, thoracic and pericardial regions; as well as the head, neck and extremities. A study claims that people solve anagrams significantly faster when supine than when standing
supinely
{a} with the face upward, carelessly, idly
supinely
in an indifferently supine manner; "he called the tune to me and I supinely took it up"
supinely
with the face upward; "she was stretched supinely on her back
supinely
in a supine position, facing upward; apathetically, indifferently
supine
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