Noun(1) a natural and periodic state of rest during which consciousness of the world is suspended(2) a dormant or quiescent state
Verb(1) be asleep
(1) She drifted back down to sleep, the warmth felt like slumber .(2) To the descendants of Russell, sleep and slumber there.(3) I want to sleep next to you, so that in slumber I will be holding you and keeping you safe, so that you will never be afraid again.(4) So to the ones who have passed on, rest there, sleep there, slumber on.(5) I was there approximately two weeks ago before he went into what I call a sleep, slumber , and was able to talk with him and hug him and kiss him and joke with him.(6) She relived her experience in her sleep every time she dared to slumber , and her nights were becoming progressively worse.(7) In his day, it was not unusual to find the likes of Elgar, Kipling, Lloyd George and a couple of Rockefellers gathered round the breakfast table, having been roused rudely from their slumbers by a bagpiper.(8) If you figure it's time the sleeping giant resumed his slumbers , Kerry's your man.(9) When Gerry Danagher retired teacher of Skreen awoke from his slumbers one morning a few weeks back he thought he was in a time warp.(10) The Luddite in me has been stirred from his distant slumbers by this recent death, too.(11) When I was very young - about 6 or 7 years old - I had this sequence of dreams that kept repeating in my sleepy slumbers .(12) They will moor where the original protagonists moored, sleep in the boat where the original characters slumbered , and stay in some of the same pubs and guest-houses.(13) Eventually she cried herself to sleep again and he held her as she slumbered , the evenness and peacefulness of her breathing seeming to keep his own mind and heart from fear and despair and sorrow.(14) Last week the householders in two estates were roused from their slumbers prior to 7 am by workmen who were asking people to move their cars.(15) But when he'd asked, when he'd lifted a hand to my face and looked at me with those slumberous green eyes of his, any logic I'd possessed had crumbled like nothing more than a flimsy, false idol.(16) Henry David Thoreau described the song of one species as ├ö├ç├┐a slumberous breathing,├ö├ç├û an ├ö├ç├┐intenser dream.├ö├ç├û
(1) slumber party :: パジャマパーティー
1. sleep ::
2. kip ::
3. sleep ::
Different Formsslumber, slumbered, slumbering, slumberous, slumbers
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