Re`su*pine" (?), a. [L. resupinus; pref.re- re- + supinus bent backward, supine.]

Lying on the back; supine; hence, careless.

Sir K. Digby.

He spake, and, downward swayed, fell resupine, With his huge neck aslant. Cowper.

 

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