She began to picture herself traveling with Ralph in a land where these monsters were couchant in the sand.
Sordello, that noble and disdainful Lombard, eyes us from afar like a couchant lion.
The carving of one pair of arms might be couchant lions; on the next, leopards; on the next, hounds, and so on.
Arthur's Seat, like a couchant lion of immense size—Salisbury Crags, like a huge belt or girdle of granite, were dimly visible.
couchant by the body of the bighorn, he only growled as the cavalcade swept past.
In it, the breasts of the couchant sphinxes glowed, seeming to rise and fall as though they breathed.
The subject was generally 'effets'—Effet de brouillard, Effet du soir, Soleil couchant.
For a 325 couchant lion or a dormant lion one must search far afield, although there are some medieval instances.
His eyes dwelt fondly on the placid Imogene, couchant amidships.
Her head rests on embroidered cushions, her feet on a couchant lion.