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lotus position

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlotus positionˈlotus poˌsition noun [singular]  a way of sitting, used especially in yoga, in which you sit with your legs crossed and with each foot resting on the top of the opposite leg monks sitting in the lotus position
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lotus positionThe Doctor was hovering above the conference table in the classic lotus position.He crossed his legs and adopted the meditative lotus position.She sat on the floor and assumed the lotus position.
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