prostrate


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prostrate

(of a plant) growing closely along the ground
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He was going down the room again, in "Dexter's Leap-frog," flying over the prostrate chairs.
The maitre d'hotel and several waiters came hurrying up towards the prostrate figure, by the side of which Major Thomson was already kneeling.
And seeing that the prisoner was not only quiet, but entirely prostrate and senseless, he rushed from the cell, violently slamming the door, and noisily drawing the bolts.
All were prostrate on the floor, excepting one, apparently a young woman, who sat up, her back supported by an angle of the wall.
It's true I ordered her and our children never to greet, kneel or prostrate to anyone, but I never instructed her to eat with her bare hands.
It has overlapping, pale silvery green scale-like leaves, spiralling all the way along its prostrate stems that can be up to 35cm long.
One passenger on the Thomson Holiday Flight 1714 told how he saw the pilot "lying prostrate on the floor" inside the cockpit.
Nuns prostrate themselves before blue-eyed saints contemplating
RAWALPINDI -- Participants of International Symposium, Rawalpindi Medical College (RMC) on Uro-oncology stressed for continued research for promotion of latest and sophisticated methods of treatment of Kidney and Prostrate Cancer.
Pilgrims either walk or prostrate or roll during the last stretch of the pilgrimage.
Gurgaon, Aug 6 ( ANI ): Almost fifty percent of the men over 60 years suffer from benign prostatic hyperplasia, (BPH) commonly known as enlarged prostrate.
IT'S A MALE contraceptive that can prevent baldness, regenerate hair and prevent prostrate cancer.