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supine
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Moby Dick
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  • This whale is not dead; he is only dispirited; out of sorts, perhaps; hypochondriac; and so supine, that the hinges of his jaw have relaxed, leaving him there in that ungainly sort of plight, a reproach to all his tribe, who must, no doubt, imprecate lock-jaws upon him.

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  • supine on a stretcher
  • Supine.
    Patrick Rothfuss  --  The Name of the Wind

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