Sleep synonyms

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The definition of a slumber is a deep sleep.
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A light sleep; nap
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A period of inactivity, relaxation, or sleep:
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A brief, light sleep; doze
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A forward or up-and-down movement of the head, usually expressive of drowsiness or agreement:
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(Rare, fiction) Artificially induced hibernation in humans for the purpose of long distance space travel.
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To pause; to postpone for a short while.
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A brief, light sleep.
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To sleep lightly; be half asleep; doze
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Calm; tranquillity; peace
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A visionary scheme; a wild conceit; an idle fancy.
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A nap, especially an afternoon one taken after lunch in some cultures.
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The state or characteristic of being dormant; quiet, inactive restfulness.
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A state of drowsiness; sleepiness.
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To breathe, while asleep, with harsh sounds caused by vibration of the soft palate, usually with the mouth open
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To lie down to sleep, to put oneself in one's bed
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The god of dreams in Ovid's Metamorphoses.
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Sleep.
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euphemisms for death (based on an analogy between lying in a bed and in a tomb)
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(Idiomatic) To fall asleep, usually from implied exhaustion.
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(Computing) A standby state which conserves power without losing the contents of memory.
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To spend the winter in a dormant state
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(Intransitive, of a person) To arrive casually at a place.
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Tending to produce sleep; hypnotic.
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To be asleep
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Alternative spelling of shut-eye.
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To become downcast or pine away in longing:
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To release from intense concentration, hard work, worry, etc.; give rest to
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(Idiomatic) to submit something; to give
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(Idiomatic) To go to bed.
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(Idiomatic) To go to bed.
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The state of being quiescent; dormancy.
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Some think that the yawn is caused because the brain is too warm. The inhalation of cool air promotes the lowering of the brain temperature, resulting in your brain working more efficiently.
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(Intransitive) To stop sleeping.
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(Poetic, euphemistic) To die (often seen on gravestones)
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Dull with sleepiness; sluggish.
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(Medicine) coma with complete insensibility; deep lethargy
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A light sleep.
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The definition of a trance is an altered state of mind where you can't move, or being stunned in a way that resembles this state, or the state of a person connecting to the spirit world.
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(Physics) A diffuse, comet-shaped image of a point source of light or radiation caused by aberration in a lens or mirror. The image appears progressively elongated with distance from the center of the field of view.
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The end of life of an organism or cell. In humans and animals, death is manifested by the permanent cessation of vital organic functions, including the absence of heartbeat, spontaneous breathing, and brain activity. Cells die as a result of external injury or by an orderly, programmed series of self-destructive events known as apoptosis . The most common causes of death for humans in well-developed countries are cardiovascular disease, cancer, Alzheimer's disease, certain chronic diseases such as diabetes and emphysema, lung infections, and accidents.
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Lull is defined as to calm or soothe.
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Discharge or release from life; death
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(Chiefly Brit., Slang) To sleep
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be asleep
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To watch, or sit up with, at night, as a dead body.
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To mark with a flag, especially to indicate the importance of something.
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(Nautical) The fitful naps taken when all hands are kept up by stress.
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An unnaturally deep sleep; stupor
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As if in a coma; lethargic; torpid
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(Heraldry) Lying down in a sleeping position
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Inducing or tending to induce sleep; soporific:
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(Medicine) Present but not symptomatic:
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Sluggish; dull; apathetic
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Not very active; dull; quiet
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Causing or inducing sleep, normally with harmful overtones.
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The definition of somnolent is to be sleepy or drowsy, or something that causes sleepiness or drowsiness.
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(Archaic) soporific, sleep-inducing
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Causing or tending to cause sleep
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(Figuratively) Wide open.
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(Archaic) Sleep from sympathy, or produced by mesmerism or the like.
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The state of being in hypnotic sleep
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(Intransitive) To experience a period of depression and/or lethargy after a period of euphoria, as after the euphoric effect of a psychotropic drug has dissipated.
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(Zoology) To be in a dormant or torpid state during a hot dry period, such as the summer months.
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To give up one's work, business, career, etc., esp. because of advanced age
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The quality or state of being awake
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(Figuratively) Being roused into action or activity.
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The state of being wakeful.
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A sense of one's personal or collective identity, including the attitudes, beliefs, and sensitivities held by or considered characteristic of an individual or group:
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To cause to wake; awake
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A natural, reversible state of rest in most vertebrate animals, occurring at regular intervals and necessary for the maintenance of health. During sleep, the eyes usually close, the muscles relax, and responsiveness to external stimuli decreases. Growth and repair of the tissues of the body are thought to occur, and energy is conserved and stored. In humans and certain other animals, sleep occurs in five stages, the first four consisting of non-REM sleep and the last stage consisting of REM sleep . These stages constitute a sleep cycle that repeats itself about five times during a normal episode of sleep. Each cycle is longer that the one preceding it because the length of the REM stage increases with every cycle until waking occurs. Stage I is characterized by drowsiness, Stage II by light sleep, and Stages III and IV by deep sleep. Stages II and III repeat themselves before REM sleep (Stage V), which occurs about 90 minutes after the onset of sleep. During REM sleep, dreams occur, and memory is thought to be organized. In the stages of non-REM sleep, there are no dreams, and brain activity decreases while the body recovers from wakeful activity. The amount and periodicity of sleep in humans vary with age, with infants sleeping frequently for shorter periods, and mature adults sleeping for longer uninterrupted periods.
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euphemisms for death (based on an analogy between lying in a bed and in a tomb)
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To live (with another or in another's home) as a paying guest
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To get a quick sleep
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Find another word for sleep. In this page you can discover 109 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for sleep, like: slumber, doze, rest, nap, sound sleep, the Sandman, nod, deep-sleep, the arms of Morpheus, snooze and catnap.