- v. present participle of sit down.
“Through lack of proper food I had become too weak to ascend these stairs without sitting down once or twice to rest, and within a month after my experience with the appreciative grandmother I was discovered during one of these resting periods by Mrs. Barrett, the superintendent of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society, which had offices in our building.”
“A surly waitress, who looked as if Nina and I had personally insulted her by sitting down at her table, tossed down a ten-page menu, only to announce that they had nothing but beef stroganoff.”
““Anstis is an awful man,” said Stephen, sitting down on a rock.”
“According to Major James Wilkinson, on errand from General Gates, Lee lingered in bed until eight A.M., then came down half dressed, in his usual slovenly style, and lounged about for a couple of hours before sitting down to breakfast at ten.”
“At the Brooklyn rehearsal studio he shares with his wife, singer Marta Topferova, and the bassist Ben Street, Adam Cruz recalled first sitting down at the piano in his cousin's home, at age 8.”
“Back at the Institute, Kitchen Maggie and Stairway Ruth were just sitting down to dinner.”
“I knew one of the hippos was sitting down there in the lobby in case I showed up.”
““Let us—let us have some tea,” the older woman finally said, indicating the table with her hand and sitting down smoothly in one of the stiff-backed, poofy-seated chairs.”
“During the eight-hour flight from Washington, we tried to adjust to Swiss time by eating meals aboard Air Force One at the same hour Genevans were sitting down to theirs.”
“There is nothing more frustrating than sitting down to a bowl of fruit while your significant other slathers butter on a slice of bacon and asks you to pass the half-and-half.”
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