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  • verb Present participle of spreadeagle.

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Examples

  • As I was being thrown into the limo, there, facing the camera between me and the gunman, spreadeagling himself to make as big a target as possible, was Tim McCarthy.

    An American Life

  • As I was being thrown into the limo, there, facing the camera between me and the gunman, spreadeagling himself to make as big a target as possible, was Tim McCarthy.

    An American Life

  • As I was being thrown into the limo, there, facing the camera between me and the gunman, spreadeagling himself to make as big a target as possible, was Tim McCarthy.

    An American Life

  • As I was being thrown into the limo, there, facing the camera between me and the gunman, spreadeagling himself to make as big a target as possible, was Tim McCarthy.

    An American Life

  • Drawing and quartering were reinstituted; this not proving an efficient deterrent, many jurists advocated a return to the Roman practice of spreadeagling a man to death; but the churches vigorously objected to this suggestion as blasphemous, believing the ordinary sight of crucified murderers would tend to debase the central symbol of Christianity.

    Greener Than You Think

  • But on the long run-in from the last fence and with the race at his mercy, the horse unaccountably lost his footing, spreadeagling himself on the turf.

    Reuters: Top News

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