sprawls in English

verb
1
sit, lie, or fall with one's arms and legs spread out in an ungainly or awkward way.
the door shot open, sending him sprawling across the pavement
synonyms: stretch out lounge loll lie recline drape oneself slump flop slouch
noun
1
an ungainly or carelessly relaxed position in which one's arms and legs are spread out.
she fell into a sort of luxurious sprawl

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1. A lush, fresh-lipped blond, skin glowing gold, sprawls there, resplendent.

2. Explanation: Our magnificent Milky Way Galaxy sprawls across this ambitious all - sky panorama.

3. Crabgrass gets its name because it sprawls from a central root low across the ground.

4. The State Recreation Area sprawls over 900 acres on the southern tip of Key Biscayne.

5. He sprawls across it and shudders like his back's broken, and there's a crackling noise like sizzling fat.

6. A cormorant returns with its catch at dawn in the Pantanal, a vast wetland that sprawls across Brazil, Bolivia, and Paraguay.

7. Coverage sprawls across the far western and eastern edges of the city, stopping short of central and downtown Aromas

8. NYC Climate Progress on Ambitious Emissions Goals Backslides As Strategic Plan Sprawls By Yoav Gonen Dec 1, 2020, 9:52pm EST Additional reporting by Ann Choi

9. — New York Times, "A Musical Solstice Spectacle Sprawls Across New York," 22 June 2018 In addition to giving numerous first Cleveland performances of works by Canonic composers, the orchestra also will

10. About Bamako One of the fastest growing cities in the world, Bamako sprawls across the flat plains to the north and south of the Niger River, with the Presidential Palace overlooking from the northern escarpment