I sold my first novel, sleepwalking, back when I was a senior in college, for five thousand dollars.
Ford had been sleepwalking through tepid Hollywood concoctions like Regarding Henry and Sabrina for years before Six Days.
Youre going to answer my questions, Janetand answer them truthfully, or youll do your sleepwalking in another world after this.
And have you forgotten that sleepwalking affair—all Jesuitical!
There are facets of sleepwalking which we do not at all understand.
It was Mrs. Hope who could least endure this sleepwalking abstraction.
But I had still other precautions to take in regard to sleepwalking.
She had lapsed into the dazed, sleepwalking horror of this morning.
And she waved him aside with a gesture as though she were sleepwalking.
She felt as though this cry called her from her slumbers and revealed the precipice to which she had strayed in her sleepwalking.
sleepwalking sleep·walk·ing (slēp'wô'kĭng)
The act of walking or performing another activity associated with wakefulness while asleep or in a sleeplike state. Also called noctambulism, somnambulism.
To postpone a decision on something until the next day, with the implication that a night's sleep will facilitate judgment (1519+)