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How to use slumberous in a sentence

There is a slumberous Southern fire in the Mexican girls' eyes and love.
MEXICOCHARLES REGINALD ENOCK
At nightfall the village and its surrounding meadows soon become slumberous.
THE CORNWALL COASTARTHUR L. SALMON
The sun had been shining in their eyes, and the place looked very slumberous in the white hazy glory of a northern day.
JOAN OF THE SWORD HANDS(AMUEL) R(UTHERFORD) CROCKETT
A solemn slumberous reverberation heard at intervals split the dull general roar apart.
JOAN OF THE SWORD HANDS(AMUEL) R(UTHERFORD) CROCKETT
Eustacia's manner was as a rule of a slumberous sort, her passions being of the massive rather than the vivacious kind.
RETURN OF THE NATIVETHOMAS HARDY
"I'll be glad if you'll teach him to call it the Hippodrome, Mr. de Gex," she remarked, with another of her slumberous glances.
SIMON THE JESTERWILLIAM J. LOCKE
He almost pities them, as he thinks of the revelation that is about to dawn upon unsuspecting and slumberous minds.
THE IDLER MAGAZINE, VOL III. MAY 1893VARIOUS
Wickham just escapes being quaint, but it retains the slumberous calm of old times.
A LEISURELY TOUR IN ENGLANDJAMES JOHN HISSEY
The daily greeting had been exchanged and the proud grey beast had marched away to the music of a slumberous purr.
WHEN WILLIAM CAMESAKI
There was the moon, there was also the light from the gas-lamps in the deserted slumberous street.
THE BOY SCOUTS BOOK OF STORIESVARIOUS
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WORDS RELATED TO SLUMBEROUS

  • anesthetic
  • balmy
  • calming
  • deadening
  • dozy
  • drowsy
  • dull
  • hypnotic
  • mesmerizing
  • narcotic
  • nodding
  • numbing
  • opiate
  • sedative
  • slumberous
  • snoozy
  • somniferous
  • somnolent
  • soothing
  • tranquilizing
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