loll back


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loll back

To flop, droop, or roll backward. Tom was so tired that his head kept lolling back in the car. After the meal, we all lolled back on the sofa to watch the football match.
See also: back, loll

loll back

[for a head] to fall or droop backwards. As he passed out, his head lolled back and struck the corner of the table. Her head lolled back and suddenly she was fast asleep.
See also: back, loll
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I shall just loll back (if I can find a gap on the sofa) and wallow in the noise and chatter of family around me - the only time in the year when we manage to be all together.
Drinks before bedtime relax the muscle tissue, causing the tongue to loll back. Some medications, including sleeping pills, can produce the same relaxing effect.
You can loll back in the deep and comfortable seats while cooling yourself with air conditioning straight from a swanky New York office block.
Why, loll back naked apart from a few strategically-placed feathers.