Definitions for "Recumbent"
Leaning; reclining; lying; as, the recumbent posture of the Romans at their meals. Hence, figuratively; Resting; inactive; idle.
The bicycle of the 21st century, as opposed to the upright (or rather, upwrong), which has dominated the 20th but has now, frankly, had its day. More comfortable, more aerodynamic, and infinitely more posy, who'd be seen dead on a "safety cycle" when you could have a 'bent
Alternative for riders whose preference is to meet the oncoming world feet first rather than head first. Some models are so comfortable they come with built-in ashtrays.
Keywords:  loll, supine, incubate, hatching, lie
From the same Latin root as "incubate," which originally meant to literally "lie down on," when one is recumbent, ideas always start hatching. See: LIE-ABED, LOLL, SUPINE.