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Adjective
Lying stretched out on the ground with one's face downwards
“They saw the figure of a man lying prostrate on the bed, his body thrown across it.”
Adjective
In a submissive or servile posture or position
“They kneeled prostrate before the king.”
Adjective
Completely overcome or helpless, especially with distress or exhaustion
“So many women would have been hysterical and prostrate with grief by this stage.”
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Feeling tired, fatigued or weak
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“But when nausea left me prostrate in the bed one morning, I knew there was no point in my denying the truth any longer.”
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Weakened or lacking in physical strength
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“Whether he was seriously hurt or not, I cannot say, but he lay on the ground prostrate and motionless.”
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Having been subjected to oppression
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Lacking sufficient power or strength
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Not awake and aware of and responding to one's environment
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Confined to bed because of infirmity or illness
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Given to creeping
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To cause to become physically weaker
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“No one could be sure if Coleridge would actually finish his projects or if some psychosomatic or drug-related illness would prostrate him for weeks or months.”
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To overcome with mental or emotional stress
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“She suffered long periods of melancholy that would prostrate her for weeks.”
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To fall on one's knees, especially in submission
“I wish to see him prostrate himself before me and pledge me servitude.”
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To cause someone to fall to the ground
“Like an awkward swordsman, he suddenly finds himself wounded by the blow, beneath which he expected to prostrate his opponent.”
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To bow or bend one's body before someone as a sign of respect or deference
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To abolish, invalidate, or reverse (a previous system, decision, situation, etc.)
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To diminish the confidence or courage of
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To cause severe and extensive damage to
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To remove the fuse from (a bomb), making it safe
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In or to a horizontal position
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