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She is well educated, intelligent, with good memory and spirits, and has no tendency to depression or somnolence.
How long had he been subjected to this delicious somnolence, without name in our language?
If we must go out at unusual hours to get it, we shall go, in spite of after-dinner nap or evening somnolence.
PAGES FROM AN OLD VOLUME OF LIFEOLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, SR.
But after all there must be some check to the inveterate tendency to somnolence in the public offices.
But Sir Percy seemed, whenever his wife's name was mentioned, to lapse into irresistible somnolence.
THE ELUSIVE PIMPERNELBARONESS EMMUSKA ORCZY
The warm room, the excellent food, better cooked than any they had had for seven months, produced a gentle somnolence.
THE MAGNETIC NORTHELIZABETH ROBINS (C. E. RAIMOND)
Overland Red, a harsh note in the somnolence of the place, stepped buoyantly across the square.
OVERLAND REDHENRY HERBERT KNIBBS
The age had begun to grow impatient of easy-going cultured clerical somnolence.
Some constitutions plunge the citizens into a lethargic somnolence, and others rouse them to feverish excitement.
AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS AND THEIR INFLUENCEALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE ET AL.
As a physiologist he believed in the artificial placation of malignant agencies chiefly operative during somnolence.
ULYSSESJAMES JOYCE

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