To cause to assume a leaning or prone position. (verb-transitive)
To lie back or down. (verb-intransitive)
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Use "recline" in a sentence
"Where I recline is on a couch right by the windows, to get the best lighting for my reading."
"Sign in recline: Former Red Sox great Johnny Pesky made sure giving autographs were a comfortable operation Monday."
"(I meant lie, as in recline, not as in fib, which is what you’ll do anyway.)"