To sit

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He went up to her, took her by the hand, and asked her to sit down.
One sunny afternoon in school, Cecily and Kitty Marr asked and received permission to sit out on the side bench before the open window, where the cool breeze swept in from the green fields beyond.
I offered him a share, as was much the custom in those days; but he was far too great a man to sit with such poor customers as Ransome and myself, and he was leaving the room, when I called him back to ask if he knew Mr.
7 : to hold a place as a member of an official group <She was elected to sit in Congress.>