lean down

lean down

to bend over. Lean down and tie your shoe before you trip. He leaned down and picked something up from the floor.
See also: down, lean
References in classic literature ?
Tell her, father," he said with horrid heartlessness, "always to have plenty of water in it, 'cos if I had to lean down too far I might fall in and be drownded.
I knew as well, when I saw my mother's head lean down upon his shoulder, and her arm touch his neck - I knew as well that he could mould her pliant nature into any form he chose, as I know, now, that he did it.
I can actually just take the pendant right to the side of the bus, lean down, and control the lift while I'm looking at it," he says.
I lean down, give you a gentle kiss, I smile, it's great to wake up on days like this.
You have to lean down and talk into his good ear for him to understand you.
Whoever took the small heartshaped plaque would have had to lean down, look at the photos of Jane on her grave and know it was a young vibrant woman who had died.
Lean down, lean down while the light's abducted, its last
I didn't lean down for a close look at the books they were reading -- I was not brought up to do that -- so perhaps bodices were being ripped and stalkers were stalking and meteorites were heading straight for earth, but no matter.
You are meant to back up to the edge, lean down and jump off backwards.
We've worked on making the bear lean forward, growl, lean down, trying to make it more easy to handle.
after running for 15 minutes in the desert, I finally caught up with them, and I'm completely out of breath, and I lean down next to one of the immigrants, and the first thing I said was, "Somos periodistas
I once saw her lean down and pick up a shawl onstage, and I was glued to her for the full minute it took to happen.
She'll be watching me, like you say she does, and she'll lean down and grab it.