Associations to the word «Sitting»
SITTING, noun. A period during which one is seated for a specific purpose.
SITTING, noun. A legislative session.
SITTING, noun. The act (of a bird) of incubating eggs; the clutch of eggs under a brooding bird.
SITTING, verb. Present participle of sit
SITTING, adjective. Executed from a sitting position.
SITTING, adjective. Occupying a specific official or legal position; incumbent.
SITTING AROUND, verb. Present participle of sit around
SITTING DOWN, verb. Present participle of sit down
SITTING DUCK, noun. (idiomatic) An obvious or unconcealed target.
SITTING DUCKS, noun. Plural of sitting duck
SITTING IN, verb. Present participle of sit in
SITTING ON IT, verb. Present participle of sit on it
SITTING ON THE FENCE, verb. Present participle of sit on the fence
SITTING OUT, verb. Present participle of sit out
SITTING PRETTY, adjective. (idiomatic) Having a comfortable or certain supply of money or resources.
SITTING PRETTY, adjective. (idiomatic) In a favorable situation, especially a situation in which one possesses an advantage.
SITTING ROOM, noun. A living-room; a room in a house where people pass the time in leisure.
SITTING ROOMS, noun. Plural of sitting room
SITTING STILL, verb. Present participle of sit still
SITTING TABLE, noun. A table for sitting at.
SITTING TABLES, noun. Plural of sitting table
SITTING TOILET, noun. A toilet which is operated by sitting, as opposed to squatting, such as a flush toilet.
SITTING UP, verb. Present participle of sit up
SITTING, noun. (photography) the act of assuming a certain position (as for a photograph or portrait); "he wanted his portrait painted but couldn't spare time for the sitting".
SITTING, noun. The act of assuming or maintaining a seated position; "he read the mystery at one sitting".
SITTING, noun. A meeting of spiritualists; "the seance was held in the medium's parlor".
SITTING, noun. A session as of a legislature or court.
SITTING, adjective. (of persons) having the torso erect and legs bent with the body supported on the buttocks; "the seated Madonna"; "the audience remained seated".
SITTING, adjective. Not moving and therefore easy to attack; "a sitting target".
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