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noun as in light sleep

verb as in sleep lightly

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Then, grab a WHOOP and start using its valuable feedback to decide whether you should go for that planned run or hit snooze.

Conroy suggests even shorter—from 20 to 30 minutes—but says the maximum snooze allotment can vary from person to person.

There’s even a smart snooze function that can delay your wake-up time based on periods of light and deep sleep, rather than a set time period.

Whatever the reason, some in the industry have put Google on snooze in the CTV space, though others have awoken to its potential.

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Then I settle in, sometimes to the point of falling into a Savasana-like snooze—and I’m someone who never sleeps during Savasana.

Few cars brave the streets: rush hour has become snooze hour.

Young adults in particular benefitted the most from a quick snooze.

Read on for our expert-approved tips for the perfect snooze.

The whole thing just seems off to me… and also a snooze—especially when you put it up against the more fascinating threads.

Sleeping might seem simple enough—just crawl into bed at the end of the night, and snooze away until morning, right?

And now that hes thoroughly up to it, lets have some supper, and get a snooze afore starting.

Then they snooze for five hours and they're ready for another long stretch.

But I read the hypocrite's meaning between his words; he is a lazy loafer and loves to lie and snooze in the morning.

On a divan in the living room, covered by a light blanket, resting in a very light snooze, was a woman.

Her ladyship seems to be taking a snooze on the quiet, my lady.


On this page you'll find 42 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to snooze, such as: catnap, doze, nap, siesta, slumber, and forty winks.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.