a natural and periodic state of rest during which consciousness of the world is suspended
"he didn't get enough sleep last night"; "calm as a child in dreamless slumber"
a torpid state resembling deep sleep
a period of time spent sleeping
"he felt better after a little sleep"; "there wasn't time for a nap"
rest, eternal rest, sleep, eternal sleep, quietus(verb)
euphemisms for death (based on an analogy between lying in a bed and in a tomb)
"she was laid to rest beside her husband"; "they had to put their family pet to sleep"
sleep, kip, slumber, log Z's, catch some Z's(verb)
be able to accommodate for sleeping
"This tent sleeps six people"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Ease denotes freedom from cause of disturbance, whether external or internal. Quiet denotes freedom from agitation, or especially from annoying sounds. Rest is a cessation of activity especially of wearying or painful activity. Recreation is some pleasing activity of certain organs or faculties that affords rest to other parts of our nature that have become weary. Repose is a laying down, primarily of the body, and figuratively a similar freedom from toil or strain of mind. Repose is more complete than rest; a pause is a momentary cessation of activity; a black-smith finds a temporary rest while the iron is heating, but he does not yield to repose; in a pause of battle a soldier rests on his arms; after the battle the victor reposes on his laurels. Sleep is the perfection of repose, the most complete rest; slumber is a light and ordinarily pleasant form of sleep. In the figurative sense, rest of mind, soul, conscience, is not mere cessation of activity, but a pleasing, tranquil relief from all painful and wearying activity; repose is even more deep, tranquil, and complete.
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Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words
hypnology, hypnotic, agrypnotic, hypnosis, hypnotism, narcotic, opiate, dwale, somniloquence, somniloquism, somnial, somniferous, hypnophobia, hypnogogic, stupefacient, mesmeric, soporific, dormitive, soporiferous, soporous, somnific, somnolent, somniloquous, antihypnotic, morphean, oversleep, morphine, narcosis, lullaby, incubation, hypnogenic, mara, morpheus, hypnos, somnus, dormitory, diurnation, cubicle, insomniac, hibernation, somnipathist, somniloquist, agrypnia, wake, awaken
How to use sleep in a sentence?
There are also some states( such as) Minnesota that have added sleep apnea as a qualifying condition for medical cannabis use.
These studies now that are coming out really highlight the importance of nighttime sleep, i still wonder if the average parent knows how important a full consolidated nighttime sleep schedule is.
I'm not going to say I'm going to sleep well tonight, it's a different scale but it smacks of similarity with the 2012 debt crisis.
Make sure you never, never argue at night. You just lose a good night's sleep, and you can't settle anything until morning anyway.
The vast majority of the FISAs we do, both the initial applications and the renewals, are the kinds of applications that I am quite confident -- we don't know each other, but you wouldn't lose any sleep over, and we wouldn't want to grind to a halt.
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