- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sprawl.
“I returned to the house to find my brain sprawled in my chair, full of tropical drink and looking fashionably tan.”
“It hardly needed the name sprawled round the rim: 'Matilda Dom Ang.”
“On the outside, pastel colors, a grass and fauna backdrop, a white cursive title sprawled across green, a river in the background.”
“One lid has traveled to nieces and nephews from Houston to Berkeley, to Minneapolis and has signatures in English and in Chinese with one child's name sprawled across the top with red marker.”
“An open portmanteau sprawled upon the floor, and a whole wardrobe of masculine garments seemed to have been shot at random on to the chairs near it; a dozen soda-water bottles, full and empty, were huddled in one corner; a tea-tray tottered on the extreme edge of a table heaped with dusty books and papers; and at a desk in the centre of the room, with a great paraffin lamp flaring upon his face as he wrote, sat”
“There are so many areas of the downtown area, restaurants and things kind of sprawled about here or there around the downtown area.”
“On the couch in the lounge, in a kind of sprawled out "I wish we'd stopped halfway through that chocolate fondue" position, but happy despite it all.”
“Amy Blackford "sprawled," to use Mollie's sarcastic and slightly exaggerated description, "all over the tonneau.”
“If Thackeray 'sprawled' in the Newcomes he atones for this in 'Esmond,' if any atonement is needed for sprawling, which is probably only that”
“Blackford "sprawled," to use Mollie's sarcastic and slightly exaggerated description, "all over the tonneau.”
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