Supineness



adjective
1.
lying on the back, face or front upward.
2.
inactive, passive, or inert, especially from indolence or indifference.
3.
(of the hand) having the palm upward.
noun
4.
(in Latin) a noun form derived from verbs, appearing only in the accusative and the dative-ablative, as dictū in mirābile dictū, “wonderful to say.”.
5.
(in English) the simple infinitive of a verb preceded by to.
6.
an analogous form in some other language.
adjective (suːˈpaɪn; sjuː-; ˈsuːpaɪn; ˈsjuː-)
1.
lying or resting on the back with the face, palm, etc, upwards
2.
displaying no interest or animation; lethargic
noun (ˈsuːpaɪn; ˈsjuː-)
3.
(grammar) a noun form derived from a verb in Latin, often used to express purpose with verbs of motion sup

supine su·pine (sōō-pīn’, sōō’pīn’)
adj.

Lying on the back; having the face upward.

Having the palm of the hand or sole of the foot upward.

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