But McKenna was not going to leave Glover sprawled unattended in the street.
Evi Quaid sent several nude photos of herself to the writer, including one showing her sprawled on a bed with a gun in her hand.
Just outside the stage where Parenthood, shoots, Whitman and her co-stars are sprawled on a couch in her trailer.
A resident found 23-year-old Martin sprawled on the seventh-floor landing, bleeding from wounds to the head, chest, and stomach.
She sent several nude photos of herself to the writer, including one showing her sprawled on a bed with a gun in her hand.
They sprawled over chairs and couches, or they sat, Indian fashion, on the floor.
Issy, sprawled on the bench by the wheel, was muttering to himself.
Stragglers line the road, sprawled full length in the strip of shade which edges the woods.
His body seemed to break and splinter, and he sprawled forward on the sand.
There was a laugh from the two first, and a loud curse from the last as he sprawled in the mire.
Old English spreawlian "move convulsively," with cognates in the Scandinavian languages and North Frisian spraweli, probably ultimately from PIE root *sper- "to strew" (see sprout (v.)). Meaning "to spread or stretch in a careless manner" is attested from 1540s; of things, from 1745. Related: Sprawled; sprawling.
1719, from sprawl (v.); meaning "straggling expansion of built-up districts into surrounding countryside" is from 1955.
[1871+; fr the Hebrew name of a unit of weight and money]