(Roget's IV) modif.
1. [Taking rest]
Syn. relaxing, unbending, unwinding, reposing, reclining, lying down, sleeping, stretched out, composing oneself, at ease, at rest, quiet, quiescent, dormant, comfortable, lounging, loafing, taking a break, taking a breathing spell, enjoying a lull, sleeping, dozing, drowsing, napping, taking a siesta, recessing, taking a vacation, having a holiday, resting up, taking it easy*, take a breather*; see also asleep .
2. [Situated]
Syn. located, based on, established, set on, settled on, seated, standing on, propped on, supported by, held by, reposing, lying; see also placed .

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