Word of the day: supine

SUPINE

Before break, it was mostly just me and the dean on the journalism half of second Murphy. At work, we usually don’t talk, but when I had him read over something I had written for The Hamburg Sun, we struck conversation.

He told me about his days as a newspaper man, typewriters, the difference between words, etc. He asked me if I knew the difference between prostrate and supine was. I hadn’t even heard of ‘supine’ so naturally, I said ‘no’.

According to the dean (and dictionaries I’ve consulted), prostrate is lying on your stomach. Supine is lying on your back.

And now you know.

Published by Emilee Lindner

I’m a writer, cat fancier and lover of all things autumn.

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