Leaning is a type of posture achieved by sloping into and allowing one’s weight to be partially or fully supported by another person, object, or surface. Leaning is something one might do when tired, bored, or desiring a break from standing, as an expression of affection or a nonverbal request for attention from someone, or in the case of injury, particularly an injury that would interfere with one’s ability to stand on one’s own. Leaning can be dangerous if the object or person being leaned onto is not prepared, stable, or strong enough to support the person leaning onto it, and thus can result in falling.
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