somnambulism

[ som-nam-byuh-liz-uh m, suh m- ]SEE DEFINITION OF somnambulism

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There was something frightful in this somnambulism of drunkenness.

"Mr. Phelps tells me you suffer from somnambulism," the doctor went on.

But she had not for some time discovered any signs of somnambulism.

It would seem, besides, that she was naturally disposed to somnambulism.

But somnambulism, while arising in sleep, is not at all a feature of sleep.

Somnambulism is, with Luther, the result of diabolical agency.

Really, my dear boy, this is the most astonishing case of somnambulism on record.

Mesmerism is a trance and seems to me almost identical with somnambulism.

Are there not persons with certain diseases who can be put into a state of somnambulism?

So I fell into my old habit of wandering in a state of somnambulism.

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