asleep[ uh-sleep ]SEE DEFINITION OF asleep
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASLEEP
Harriet was asleep on the couch at the foot of her bed, and Christine's rooms were empty.
And yet they looked just as human, you wouldn't 'a' believed it; just like they was asleep.
Jim said he hadn't been asleep; he just shut his eyes so he could listen better.
What was it, then, that had made her as if asleep, in her late restless waiting?
More than life he wanted her, but he did not want her asleep.
And afterwards, here in the cave, I was like one asleep, and when I woke I did not really wake.
"He's asleep," she said in a whisper, coming closer to them.
But he inquired in a cavernous, strange tone: “Was he asleep?”
He was asleep, and waking him up, I told him what had happened.
He closed his eyes as if asleep, and I paddled on in the alternate moonlight and shadow.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ASLEEP
- going through motions
- hands off
- walking through it
- have on the brain
- hung up
- lost in thought
- spread out
- taken up