asleep

All Adverb Adjective Noun
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  • He return with the water but he saw that his mother was fast asleep.
  • According to the director, he always looked like he was about to fall asleep.
  • He closed his eyes within two minutes and appeared to be asleep.
  • It is often left at a bed side table while the person is asleep.
  • Not long after, he fell asleep and died in the presence of his wife.
  • They make love for the first time and fall asleep in each other's arms.
  • Then he and the rest of the crew fell asleep on the beach.
  • Then we must set a man to watch, Suppose the man should fall asleep?
  • This would mean that she was fast asleep when the Union troops attacked.
  • This test attempts to measure how easily a person can fall asleep.
  • He leaves for work early in the morning and comes home at night when his daughter is already asleep.
  • This is useful for people who like to fall asleep with the radio on.
  • He fell asleep for the first time in several days.
  • When they are asleep on land, both sides of their brain go into sleep mode.
  • After they leave it behind, they lie down and fall asleep.
  • The women continue drinking until they fall asleep in the living room.
  • Talking for a while, he shows her a picture of his family before she falls asleep.
  • Finally the last bed is comfortable enough for her and she falls asleep.
  • He's also the only sheep they need to count to fall asleep.
  • They also took about two hours to fall asleep.
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Words starting with asleep

Meaning of asleep

  • adjective In a state of sleep
    were all asleep when the phone rang, fell asleep at the wheel
  • adverb Into a sleeping state
    he fell asleep
  • adverb In the sleep of death