kneeler

[nee-ler]
noun
1.
a person or thing that kneels.
2.
a bench, pad, or the like, to kneel on.
3.
a stone for supporting inclined masonry, as coping stones.
4.
knee ( def 8 ).

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English; see kneel, -er1

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kneel (niːl)
 
vb , kneels, kneeling, knelt, kneeled
1.  (intr) to rest, fall, or support oneself on one's knees
 
n
2.  the act or position of kneeling
 
[Old English cnēowlian; see knee]
 
'kneeler
 
n

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When boarding, ask the driver to activate the kneeler to lower the bus.
Kneeler is a piece of furniture used for resting in a kneeling position.
A garden or gardening kneeler is a piece used for kneeling during gardening.
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