person who reclines at table
- Leaning or reclining as the ancients did at their meals
- prone; capable of convenience or sleep
- tilting or reclining, once the ancients performed at their dishes.
- Lying against any such thing, together section of a leaf against another leaf.
- one that reclines at dining table.
(a.) Leaning or reclining, while the ancients did at their particular dishes.
- (a.) Lying against such a thing, as you element of a leaf against another leaf.
- (letter.) Person who reclines at table.
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