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Sit

To hold court or perform an act that is judicial in nature; to hold a session, such as of a court, Grand Jury, or legislative body.

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I AM sure that, as a football supporter, I am not the only one to find it frustrating when I see a team score a goal and then sit back and do nothing except defend their lead for the rest of the game.
Then just sit back and let the machine take over - it'll go on automatic pilot, do everything you ask it to, and even thread the needle for you.
The staffers will urge you to sit back in silence and let their skincare therapy work in your favor.
What his and other agencies did during the late '90s was to sit back and let new clients come to them, rather than go after those whom the agency could best serve.
It has been a tremendous privilege to serve as your President this year, but we are not going to sit back and be satisfied with the status quo of our game.
There were many more points, however, that made me sit back and reexamine my own prejudices, giving me a new perspective on issues like affirmative action policies, interracial dating and the phrase, "It's a black thing, you wouldn't understand.
Mix in balloons, fruit baskets, stuffed toys--then sit back and enjoy a regular dose of thank-yous.
HARRY REDKNAPP insists West Ham will not sit back on their three-goal lead in Osijek tonight, despite defensive duo Rio Ferdinand and Neil Ruddock making comebacks.
Simply insert the CD-ROM into your computer, sit back, and watch and learn from the top professionals in the field as they discuss their specific processes for working with clients and best practices for ensuring success.
As a football supporter, I find it frustrating to see any team score a goal and then sit back and do nothing except defend their lead.
Part of that was a conscious decision to sit back in a base defense.