Noun(1) freedom from activity (work or strain or responsibility(2) the absence of mental stress or anxiety(3) a disposition free from stress or emotion
Verb(1) put or confide something in a person or thing(2) be inherent or innate in(3) lie when dead(4) lean in a comfortable resting position(5) put in a horizontal position(6) to put something (eg trust
(1) he had lost none of his grace or his repose(2) God simply is with those who repose their trust in him.(3) he halted to repose his way-worn soldiers(4) he halted to repose his wayworn soldiers(5) It is not the social disaster which we hark back to, but the emotive response - the existential repose and quietude with which men confronted their impending doom.(6) We repose our confidence in them because we believe that they will live up to their own promises.(7) Walled off from the two adjacent streets, it is a quiet space of contemplation and repose .(8) But the dreamlike quality conveyed by Metaphysical painters differed from that of the Surrealists because of their concern with pictorial structure and a strongly architectural sense of repose deriving from Italian Renaissance art.(9) The trees, with their gently curving trunks, offer a sense of repose , while the references to art history establish Otnes's dialogue with the art before his own.(10) The beginning of the poem images the self's divisions as the body pulls the speaker's ascending thoughts down from a scene of repose , tranquillity and safety.(11) I'll go to him, and repose our distresses on his friendly bosom(12) The work captures O'Hara in repose yet with the suggestion that he would be ready at an instant to bounce into action.(13) The faces of most cast figures are in repose , and when the artist attempts to animate them, they most often end up resembling masks or caricatures.(14) Classical storytelling and notions of time are mostly eschewed, while actors connect to one another with a generosity that approaches some sort of spiritual repose .(15) Its surface of turbulent waves, sprayed with twelve coats of turquoise automobile paint, floats the eye up to artifacts lifted in moments of repose above the sea of intensity.(16) The strife of the birds and its sharp sounds are an instance of repose to me, a moment whose inclination is towards an ecstasy, sure as sure can be.
(1) angle of repose :: friktionsvinkel
1. rest ::
2. peace ::
3. composure ::
4. serenity ::
6. lie ::
7. put ::
8. recline ::
læne sig tilbage
10. rest ::
Different Formsrepose, reposed, reposeful, reposes, reposing
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