unsomnolent

somnolent

[som-nuh-luhnt]
adjective
1.
sleepy; drowsy.
2.
tending to cause sleep.

Origin:
1425–75; late Middle English sompnolent < Old French < Latin somnolentus, derivative of somnus sleep; see -ulent

somnolence, somnolency, noun
somnolently, adverb
hypersomnolence, noun
hypersomnolent, adjective
hypersomnolently, adverb
semisomnolence, noun
semisomnolent, adjective
semisomnolently, adverb
unsomnolent, adjective
unsomnolently, adverb


1. slumberous. 2. somniferous, soporific.
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somnolent (ˈsɒmnələnt)
 
adj
1.  drowsy; sleepy
2.  causing drowsiness
 
[C15: from Latin somnus sleep]
 
'somnolence
 
n
 
'somnolency
 
n
 
'somnolently
 
adv

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somnolent som·no·lent (sŏm'nə-lənt)
adj.

  1. Drowsy; sleepy.

  2. Inducing or tending to induce sleep; soporific.

  3. In a condition of incomplete sleep; semicomatose.

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