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Use "supineness" in a sentence
"This supineness is deeply to be regretted, for if Persia could supply good silk the profit to her and to England would be great."
"A kind of supineness which has continued half a century, has sue: eeded to this fermentation; but in the reign of Charles III, they shook it ott, and proved tliat the most distinguished svibjcets in a nation are not always the most useless."
"In retaliation McCarthy announced he was "breaking" with the Republican leader and accused the President publicly of "weakness and supineness" in ferreting out Communists, indeed claimed he himself had made a terrible mistake -- namely to have voted for Eisenhower in 1952!"