Part of speech:
The ability to perceive stimuli:
Loss of consciousness as a result of too little oxygen and too much carbon dioxide in the blood: suffocation causes asphyxia
(Medicine) An abnormal state of drowsiness, as caused by disease or drugs.
The act or an instance of stupefying.
(Astronomy) The nebulous luminescent cloud surrounding the nucleus of a comet and composed of material evaporated from the nucleus when the comet is near the perihelion of its orbit. The nucleus and coma together form the head of a comet.
The dormant, inactive state of a hibernating or estivating animal.
(Grammar) The shortening of a word by omission of a sound, letter, or syllable from the middle of the word; for example, bos'n for boatswain.
A condition of deep stupor which passes into unconsciousness and paralysis, usually caused by a narcotic or certain chemicals
A state of drowsiness; sleepiness.
A drug, administered for medical or surgical purposes, that induces partial or total loss of sensation and may be topical, local, regional, or general, depending on the method of administration and area of the body affected.
A condition of being deep in thought; reverie
The definition of hypnosis is a calm state of altered-consciousness that allows a person to recall memories or be guided to change a behavior.
A deadening or absence of the sense of pain without loss of consciousness.
In science fiction, a state resembling hibernation, induced artificially as to ensure survival over a long period of time
A state of extreme surprise or wonder; astonishment.
Of or relating to hypnotism.
(Mining) A glittering stone.
An abrupt, usually brief loss of consciousness; a syncope attack.
The condition of being still, sluggish, or dull
Sleep is the act of slumbering, during which time your body systems refresh themselves.
A deep, lethargic, or unnatural sleep.
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:
The quality or condition of being dull or lethargic
Organized activity to accomplish an objective:
Lack of interest or concern, especially regarding matters of general importance or appeal; indifference.
An act or instance of swooning
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