Thesaurus / fall asleep

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But it seemed for awhile that breakfast-time would arrive before he could fall asleep.

Mary Ware in TexasAnnie F. Johnston

Then he would return to his couch, and, well satisfied, fall asleep to dream yet further embodiments of human ill.

It serves without any reason, however, to disturb timorous people and make them dread to fall asleep again.

PsychotherapyJames J. Walsh

He did not fall asleep, but his eyes closed, and a kind of gentle torpor crept over him, half obscuring his recovered senses.

She was tired and overworked, and she felt that it was good to fall asleep.

Mistress AnneTemple Bailey

But all the same, she has forgotten one person, who will certainly kill you if you fall asleep and let the wolves damage the tree.

The Yellow Fairy BookLeonora Blanche Alleyne Lang

When everyone had left, all the animals gathered in the barn to fall asleep.

Some of these threw themselves upon the cots beside the lesser wounded, and seemed instantly to fall asleep.

So it is good to fall asleep, with thanks for to-day, and a smile of welcome ready for to-morrow.

Overtaken in the country by night, they fall asleep in the open air.

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