Recumbent

Re·cum'bent (-b e t) adjective [ Latin recumbens , -entis , present participle of recumbere . See Recumb , Incumbent .] Leaning; reclining; lying; as, the recumbent posture of the Romans at their meals. Hence, figuratively; Resting; inactive; idle. --
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recumbent

Leaning; reclining; lying; as, the recumbent posture of the Romans at their meals. Hence, figuratively; Resting; inactive; idle. Recum'bently. ... Origin: L. Recumbens, -entis, p. Pr. Of recumbere. See Recumb, Incumbent. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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recumbent

(re-kum´bәnt) lying down.
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Recumbent

• (a.) Leaning; reclining; lying; as, the recumbent posture of the Romans at their meals. Hence, figuratively; Resting; inactive; idle.
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recumbent

recumbent 1. Lying down in a position of comfort or rest. 2. A plant or animal part that rests or leans against something else. 3. Leaning; reclining; as the recumbent posture of the Romans at their meals. 4. Reposing; inactive; idle.
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recumbent

Type: Term Pronunciation: rē-kŭm′bĕnt Definitions: 1. Leaning; reclining; lying down.
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RECUMBENT

Lying down.
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RECUMBENT

Alternative for riders whose preference is to meet the oncoming world feet first rather than head first. Some models are so comfortable they come with built-in ashtrays.
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Recumbent

leaning or reposing upon the ground
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Recumbent

Descriptive of a cycle position; the rider is sitting with legs extended in front. Recumbent cycling
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RECUMBENT

Alternative for riders whose preference is to meet the oncoming world feet first rather than head first. Some models are so comfortable they come with built-in ashtrays.
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