lean back

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Verb1.lean back - move the upper body backwards and down
lean, tilt, angle, slant, tip - to incline or bend from a vertical position; "She leaned over the banister"
fall back - fall backwards and down
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'Warning...Don't lean back on the toilet when pregnant,' she advised.
Q Corrie fisted - left-handed Q Fuddleskelly - untidy in appearance Q Caggle - to lean back on a chair Q Spiflicate - to smack someone who's in trouble Q Tranklements - ornaments Q Fuggie crack - a smack on the back of the head after a haircut at the barber's Q Bullock walloper - a man who drives cows to market Q Dilk - bow and arrow Q Rile - to lean back on two legs of a chair.
class="MsoNormalI lean back in my chair and contemplate what I have just heard.
The game player is then challenged to lean back and walk underneath the pole - each time the person goes completes a certain height, the pole is then lowered each time until the player can't bend back anymore.
We can't lean back on oil like the Scottish economy used to but Scotland owes the oil workers who took it out of the seabed for four decades some payback and support.
At times I had to lean back from my camera," said Chris.
and we lean back. The after-hours life sculpts shoulders that have
Serves 4 4 large Maris Piper potatoes 6 rashers lean back bacon 75g mature cheddar cheese, grated 400g tin of kidney beans, drained 4 spring onions, chopped 1/2 tsp smoked paprika 75g sweetcorn (optional) 1 Preheat the oven to 220C/200C fan/Gas Mark 7.
Wall Squats: Stand close enough to a wall to lean back on it, hands to your sides or on your hips.
You close your eyes and lean back into the black air as it swells.
"My wife tried to help by making me lean back and then in Fifty Shades my character has to dance the foxtrot and the teacher said, 'Do it as though you are walking; heel to toe.'