somnolent

[ som-nuh-luhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF somnolent
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As for the man on the lookout, he was notorious for his somnolent powers.

Alnwick is a town with a great past and a somnolent present.

The convicts gorged him with food, and he had become fat and somnolent.

For John Endlich it was all like the echo of a somnolent summer of his boyhood.

The electorate was somnolent and permitted the politician to have his way.

But there was no doubt of the somnolent state of the Puritan.

I cried, hurriedly, as I poked at the somnolent wretch with my cane.

The whole aspect of the place was that of somnolent respectability.

Thorpe ate, his eyes half closed, in somnolent satisfaction.

His eyes, somnolent as a rule, fixed Garth with a lively reproach.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SOMNOLENT

asleep

adjectiveunconscious
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