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wakeless

[weyk-lis] /ˈweɪk lɪs/
adjective
1.
(of sleep) sound; deep:
He lay in wakeless sleep.
Origin
1815-1825
1815-25; wake1 + -less
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Examples from the web for wakeless
  • No official boat launching facilities, wakeless speed only for boats on water.
  • Boats with motors are allowed as long as they travel wakeless.
  • All craft must travel wakeless in the designated no wake buoy areas.
  • Due to submersed hazards, wakeless boat speed is advised in all fresh-water impoundments.
  • In addition, there are few wakeless zones on the lake.
British Dictionary definitions for wakeless

wakeless

/ˈweɪklɪs/
adjective
1.
(of sleep) deep or unbroken
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