Which preposition to use with prostrated

on Occurrences 86%

Duke Beltane reeled in his stirrups, recovered, and leaning forward stared down upon his enemy, who, prostrate on his back, slowly lifted gauntleted hand that, falling weakly, clashed upon the stonesa small sound, yet plain to be heard by reason of that breathless hush.

at Occurrences 39%

Had I but two days since beheld this Youth Thus prostrate at my Feet, I should have thought My self more blest, Than to have been that Deity he calls me.

in Occurrences 27%

I have attacked it with success in many quarters; but when it has been prostrated in one place, it soon rises up in another.

before Occurrences 24%

"For sixty years England struggled against Hollandafter which the latter lay prostrate before her.

with Occurrences 24%

Naturally, she was prostrated with grief at the tragedy.

under Occurrences 11%

Gathering my last strength I write this, lying prostrate under the shell fire.

to Occurrences 9%

And though my love and true obedience Lies prostrate to his beck, his heedless eye Receives my services unworthily.

for Occurrences 8%

This design, however, was soon set aside, partly in consequence of a slow malarian fever, by which he was prostrated for several weeks.

by Occurrences 8%

There they lie bleedingwe are prostrate by their sidein their sorrows and sufferings we participatetheir stripes are inflicted on our bodies, their shackles are fastened to our limbs, their cause is ours!

beneath Occurrences 7%

Did not German girls," he whined, "knit stockings for the women of that nation that was so akin to the Germans in blood, and that lay so pitifully prostrate beneath the feet of England?"

from Occurrences 6%

In the course of events the bronze idol to which our PHILLIPSES and SUMNERS used to bend the knee, has been prostrated from his pedestal by the Fifteenth Amendment.

within Occurrences 2%

One bound, and the noble animal lay prostrate within fifty feet of where I stood.

after Occurrences 2%

Mr. Martin at the time was prostrate after a bad attack of fever.

into Occurrences 1%

But clothed in the armor of virtue he may resist the temptation; he may cast misfortunes aside, and rise triumphantly above them; but to the last, the direst, the most inexorable foe of his race, he must eventually yield; and stricken down by death, he sinks prostrate into the grave, and is buried in the rubbish of his sin and human frailty.

like Occurrences 1%

He, too, was prostrated like Ike by the fearful blow, and looked years older within the hour.

below Occurrences 1%

Last comes the so-called Adonis of the Bargello Palace, which not improbably was designed for one of the figures prostrate below the feet of a victorious Genius.

over Occurrences 1%

But she never reaches it: midway she falls prostrate over some object, and knows no more; and when, an hour later, she is borne out of the room in the arms of Randolph himself, the blood is dripping from a fracture of her right tibia.

behind Occurrences 1%

The second, prostrate behind him with a golden beaker in his hand, is supposed to be one of the great officers of his household.

as Occurrences 1%

He did not put forth this claim, however, until the old capital of the Caesars was humiliated, vanquished, and completely prostrated as a political power.

along Occurrences 1%

Reason presently asserted herself; and, throwing himself prostrate along the floor, he banged his head, thereupon calling out in a frenzy of remorse for mercy for his deed!

between Occurrences 1%

The instant the youth had fired, he retreated with the utmost precipitation towards his companions, but his foot unfortunately slipping, he fell prostrate between two stones: in which position the lion assailed him; and being unable to tear him in pieces with his teeth, in consequence of the wound in his jaw, he made use of his tremendous paws, and would undoubtedly have destroyed him, but for the timely assistance of his comrades.

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