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- v. To assume a sitting position from a standing position.
- v. To cause to be seated or in a sitting posture; to furnish a seat to.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. take a seat
- v. be seated
- v. show to a seat; assign a seat for
Sorry, no etymologies found.
My legs give out and I sit down on the grass, next to my cousin Kolya, who is engrossed in searching for something between his toes.
There is a couch and two chairs made by Jasper Morrison near the bar and I sit down on the couch after I give it a compliment.
Have everyone sit down to a wedge of iceberg lettuce with Roquefort dressing and crumbled bacon, then trot around the raw sirloins on a platter like they do at any proud steak house.
WE GET HOME, and Lon beelines it for his room while I sit down on the couch in the living room and let my head drop, like it was made of steel.
He wrote to William Livingston, the new patriot governor of New Jersey, Some suppose they are going into winter quarters and will sit down in New York. . .
Bex plays tour guide, winding us to the Morningside Heights neighborhood and over to the long, wide steps of Low Library at Columbia University, where we sit down behind a statue called “Alma Mater” so I can catch up on my bad habits: smokes and Cokes.
At Mokdong, every day after ice training we would all sit down in a classroom and talk short-track.
Wally [Backman], Tim Teufel, even Howard Johnson had to play short, and [Kevin] Elster had to sit down because Jefferies had to be at third.
Wants me to put a fully documented case together and sit down with Rogers and make it clear that State has broken its pick at the White HouseI think hes basically concluded that hes not going to be able to keep Rogers on for much longer.
We sit down and the bouncer points out to Kravitz a loose-limbed, frat-boyish fellow who is dancing with an attractive blonde a few feet away.