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Meanings of Supination:

noun

The act of turning the palms of the hands or soles of the feet upward

Usage examples:

The most common treatment for this injury involves flexion and supination of the forearm.

Meanings of Supinator:

noun

A muscle whose contraction produces or assists in the supination of a limb or part of a limb.

Meanings of Supine:

adjective

(of a person) lying face upwards.

Usage examples:

A supine man is roughly dragged off like a carcass.
noun

A latin verbal noun used only in the accusative and ablative cases, especially to denote purpose (e.g. mirabile dictu ‘wonderful to relate’).

Supinely

ˈsuː.paɪn.li

Meanings of Supinely:

adverb

In a way that shows you are weak, and willing to be controlled by other people

Usage examples:

He is loyal to his clan but not supinely so.

Meanings of Supines:

noun

A latin verbal noun used only in the accusative and ablative cases, especially to denote purpose (e.g. mirabile dictu ‘wonderful to relate’).

adjective

(of a person) lying face upwards.

Usage examples:

A supine man is roughly dragged off like a carcass.

Meanings of Supinity:

noun

Supineness.

Meanings of Suplex:

noun

A move in which a wrestler lifts an opponent over his or her shoulder before falling backwards, driving the opponent to the mat.

Meanings of Suppable:

adjective

Able or fit to be taken into the mouth in small quantities or using a spoon.

Meanings of Supped:

verb

Take (drink or liquid food) by sips or spoonfuls.

Usage examples:

She supped up her soup delightedly
noun

A sip of liquid.

Usage examples:

He took another sup of wine
exclamation

What's up; what's happening (used as a friendly or informal greeting)

Usage examples:

Sup, guys

Meanings of Suppedaneum:

noun

A support for the feet of a crucified person, projecting from the vertical shaft of the cross, especially as represented in art.

Meanings of Suppeditate:

verb

To supply, provide.

Supper

ˈsʌp.ər

Meanings of Supper:

noun

An evening meal, typically a light or informal one.

Usage examples:

We had a delicious cold supper

Meanings of Suppering:

noun

The providing or eating of supper; the entertaining of guests at supper; an instance of this.

Meanings of Suppers:

noun

An evening meal, typically a light or informal one.

Usage examples:

We had a delicious cold supper

Meanings of Suppertime:

noun

The time in the evening when people have a meal

Usage examples:

I got home well past suppertime.

Meanings of Supperward:

adverb

In the direction of supper, to supper; = "supperwards".

Meanings of Supping:

verb

Take (drink or liquid food) by sips or spoonfuls.

Usage examples:

She supped up her soup delightedly
noun

A sip of liquid.

Usage examples:

He took another sup of wine
exclamation

What's up; what's happening (used as a friendly or informal greeting)

Usage examples:

Sup, guys

Meanings of Supplace:

verb

To replace; to put in place as a substitute; to take the place of, supersede.

Meanings of Supplantation:

noun

The dispossession or displacement of a person (or animal) in a position, especially by treacherous or dishonourable means; an instance of this.

Meanings of Supplanted:

verb

Supersede and replace.

Usage examples:

Domestic production has been supplanted by imports and jobs have been lost

Supplanting

səˈplɑːnt

Meanings of Supplanting:

verb

Supersede and replace.

Usage examples:

Domestic production has been supplanted by imports and jobs have been lost

Meanings of Supplantment:

noun

The action of supplanting a person or thing, or the state of being supplanted.

Supplants

səˈplɑːnt

Meanings of Supplants:

verb

Supersede and replace.

Usage examples:

Domestic production has been supplanted by imports and jobs have been lost

Suppled

ˈsʌp(ə)l

Meanings of Suppled:

verb

Make more flexible.

Usage examples:

I was also able to concentrate on bending and suppling him laterally.
adjective

Bending and moving easily and gracefully; flexible.

Usage examples:

Her supple fingers

Meanings of Supplejack:

noun

Any of a number of tropical and subtropical climbing plants with tough, supple stems.

Usage examples:

Vines attractive for fruit include supplejack, zone 6; virginia creeper, zone 4; and grape, zone 3,…

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