along (adv.)
at full length, stretched out, prostrate
AYL II.i.30[First Lord to Duke Senior, of Jaques] as he lay along / Under an oak
Cor V.vi.57[Third Conspirator to Aufidius, of Coriolanus] When he lies along [i.e. is dead]
JC III.i.115[Brutus to all, of Caesar] That now on Pompey's basis lies along
RJ V.iii.3[Paris to Page] Under yon yew trees lay thee all along
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