Examples of recline in a Sentence
She was reclining on the sofa, watching TV.
The theater has reclining seats.
He reclined his seat so that he could nap more comfortably.
Recent Examples of recline from the Web
Located at the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and La Brea Avenue, the sculpture features the disgraced producer—clothed only in a bathrobe and slippers—reclining on a chaise lounge with an Oscar statuette in hand.
One featured a model in a fur jacket and fishnet tights reclining with her legs spread wide open; the other, a model in a leotard and roller-skate stilettos bending over a stool.
As with Singapore’s suites, these also have Poltrona Frau reclining chairs and separate twin beds.
Clients are typically sat in a reclining chair and asked to hold the skin around the brow area taut, which makes the area more accessible and often alleviates the discomfort, too.
There are 18 reclining seats centered on a 20-foot-wide screen.
The reclining luxury loungers are oversized and placed in wide rows with plenty of room for elbows and feet.
But a new study that combines the best available research on sitting, standing and energy expenditure invites readers (reclining and otherwise) to consider the potential long-term effects of this seemingly marginal difference.
The gray bearded man in a white prison uniform and skullcap gingerly used a walker brought by prison guards to shift into a reclining rehabilitation chair.
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RECLINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of recline for English Language Learners
: to sit back or lie down in a relaxed manner
: to lean backward
RECLINE Defined for Kids
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