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To be inactive
To be in a very light state of sleep, almost awake
a very light state of sleep, almost awake
{n} a light or unsound sleep, repose, ease
{v} to sleep lightly, dose, rest, stupify
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"
be asleep
{i} sleep, unconscious state entered into by the body for the purpose of rest and rejuvenation (in humans and animals); period of rest; inactive state
{f} be in a state of sleep, fall asleep; be inattentive, be inactive; lie dormant or latent
Sleep; especially, light sleep; sleep that is not deep or sound; repose
a dormant or quiescent state
To stun; to stupefy
Slumber is sleep. He had fallen into exhausted slumber He roused Charles from his slumbers. Slumber is also a verb. The older three girls are still slumbering peacefully. to sleep (sloom (13-19 centuries), from sluma ). slumbers sleep
To sleep; especially, to sleep lightly; to doze
To lay to sleep
To be in a state of negligence, sloth, supineness, or inactivity
slumber parties
plural form of slumber party
slumber party
a party where everyone is dressed in pyjamas, or otherwise dressed for bed
slumber one's life away
waste time sleeping, sleep when one could be doing productive things
slumber party
A slumber party is an occasion when a group of young friends spend the night together at the home of one of the group. An overnight party in which guests, usually girls, wear nightclothes, socialize, and spend the night at a friend's home. a children's party when a group of children sleep at one child's house
slumber party
{i} pyjama party, party where guests sleep at one's house (usually children)
slumber party
an overnight party of girls who dress in nightclothes and pass the night talking
One who slumbers; a sleeper
Present participle of slumber
a slumber
{n} doze
profound slumber
deep sleep
past of slumber
{i} one who sleeps; lazy indolent person
Temporarily inactive
third person singular of slumber
{i} sleep, nap, rest
plural of slumber