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Synonyms for seated

(of persons) having the torso erect and legs bent with the body supported on the buttocks



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Great thanks," said Sancho, "but I may tell your worship that provided I have enough to eat, I can eat it as well, or better, standing, and by myself, than seated alongside of an emperor.
She was fast asleep, and by her, seated on the window sill, was something that looked like a good-sized bird.
When they stood up in presence of the assembled Trojans, Menelaus was the broader shouldered, but when both were seated Ulysses had the more royal presence.
On a rude chair, covered with undressed deer-skins, they supported a human being, whom they seated carefully and respectfully in the midst of the assembly.
There, upon huge pedestals of dark rock, sculptured with rude emblems of the Phallic worship, separated from each other by a distance of forty paces, and looking down the road which crossed some sixty miles of plain to Loo, were three colossal seated forms--two male and one female--each measuring about thirty feet from the crown of its head to the pedestal.
But the desire for approbation is perhaps the most deeply seated instinct of civilised man.
When Charmolue had installed himself in a magisterial manner in his own, he seated himself, then rose and said, without exhibiting too much self-complacency at his success,--"The accused has confessed all.
Prince Hippolyte, having brought the workbag, joined the circle and moving a chair close to hers seated himself beside her.
She became suddenly quiet and seated herself, untying her hanging bonnet and laying it down with her shawl.
The curtain fell, the woman leaving the room with a final taunt flung over her shoulder, the man seated at a table looking steadfastly into the fire with fixed, unseeing eyes.
Here were also seated the officers of the royal palace and of Ozma's army.