Third-person singular simple present indicative form of recline. (verb)
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Use "reclines" in a sentence
"Tiny as a bird and clad in black, the 69-year-old reclines on an olive velvet daybed, resting her broken leg, an injury sustained in an antiques shop during the Maharana of Udaipur's recent nuptials."
"Bennett says he never reclines his seat unless he's in a first-class cabin, where the passenger behind can't touch the seat in front."
"Holed up in her room since the 1960s, Bettina once said to be "the most beautiful woman in the Chelsea" is now a hermit swamped in her own archive, whose floor-to-ceiling volume dwarfs the artist as she reclines in her makeshift bed—a lawn chair."