restful

[rest-fuhl]
adjective
1.
giving or conducive to rest.
2.
being at rest; quiet; tranquil; peaceful.

Origin:
1300–50; Middle English; see rest1, -ful

restfully, adverb
restfulness, noun
unrestful, adjective
unrestfully, adverb
unrestfulness, noun

restful, restive.


2. calm, serene, undisturbed.


1. disturbing. 2. agitated.
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restful (ˈrɛstfʊl)
 
adj
1.  giving or conducive to rest
2.  being at rest; tranquil; calm
 
'restfully
 
adv
 
'restfulness
 
n

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It's low-quality sleep that doesn't leave you feeling restful in any way.
For those trying to get to sleep without hammocks, creating a restful bedroom
  environment may be the best bet.
He had heard it before and there was something restful and restoring in that.
That's because our ability to sleep for long periods of time and to get into
  the deep restful stages of sleep decreases with age.
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