prostrated


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prostrated

(prŏs-trā-tĕd)
Depleted of strength; exhausted.
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To be forgiven by the party members, the candidates prostrated in front of the people.
In ancient times, Jews who ascended the Mount fully prostrated themselves as part of the prayers there.
2 : to bring to a weak and powerless condition <The widow was prostrated with grief.
If the Guardian Angel of Portugal prostrated himself in adoration in the presence of the Blessed Eucharist, is it not time for us to do the same?