Common misspellings for sedentary:
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Definition of sedentary:
- One of a tribe of spiders which rest motionless until their prey is entangled in their web.
- One of a tribe of spiders called the sedentaria.
- Inactive; motionless; sluggish; hence, calm; tranquil.
- Caused by long sitting.
- Remaining in one place, especially when firmly attached to some object; as, the oyster is a sedentary mollusk; the barnacles are sedentary crustaceans.
- Accustomed to pass much time in a sitting posture; marked by, or requiring, much sitting; as, sedentary work.
- 1. Sitting, relating to the sitting posture. 2. Physically inactive.
- Inactive; sitting.
- Sitting much: passed chiefly in sitting: requiring much sitting: inactive.
- Accustomed to sit much; requiring much sitting.
- Sitting much of the time; done in a sitting posture.
- Accustomed to sit much; requiring much sitting; passed for most part in sitting; inactive; sluggish.
- Accustomed to pass much time in a sitting posture; requiring much sitting or inactivity, as an employment or profession; inactive; sluggish.
- Not free- living ; animals attached by a base to some substratum.
- [ Latin] Not free-living; appl. animals attached by a base to some substratum( zool.).
Usage examples for sedentary
Having made it in a dark office at Bristol, and being, like all Dutchmen, of a sedentary turn, he proceeded to found a family, purchase a borough, and, by steady support of Whig principles and the Protestant succession, to earn a baronetcy in the neighbouring county of Wilts. Chippinge Borough by Stanley J. Weyman