- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sit down.
“He pulled up a ratty-looking armchair and sat down gingerly.”
“I sat down on the edge of the mattress and stared at the Filament.”
“He pulled out a chair, spun it around, and sat down astraddle it, his big arms resting on the back.”
“Eleven-year-old Elizabeth Hallett slung her heavy backpack into the empty back seat in the yellow mini-bus, and sat down beside it, pushing the wet hair out of her face and watching the water streak against the windows, turned to shadowy mirrors by the strange mid-afternoon darkness.”
“Cath sat down on the floor with her legs spread out in front of her, holding the wild-eyed Sinky to her face.”
“They were able to go right into the quarantine trailer where they immediately sat down in easy chairs to undergo the microbiology sampling and a preliminary medical exam by Dr. Carpentier.”
“He pulled a Colt .38Super from his belt just below his sagging belly and sat down in the Naugahyde chair.”
“Rickelton got off easy compared to senior VF-51 pilot John Moore, who volunteered to taxi one last Panther to spell the younger officers who had just sat down to dinner in the wardroom.”
“We sat down at the conference table and it was Ragle who spoke first.”
“He grabbed a chair with one hand, spun it around, and sat down astraddle it across from Tully.”
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