Word "SLEEP" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a period of time spent sleeping
Synonyms:
nap
Examples:
he felt better after a little sleep

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
euphemisms for death (based on an analogy between lying in a bed and in a tomb)
Synonyms:
eternal rest, eternal sleep, quietus, rest
Examples:
they had to put their family pet to sleep

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
be asleep
Synonyms:
catch some z's, kip, log z's, slumber

Crossword Clues for SLEEP

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Clue Source Date
Get some shuteye Thomas Joseph 19 Sep 2022
Doze, sheltered in special clothing The Times Cryptic 02 Aug 2022
Hypnotist's instruction Universal 20 Jul 2022
Snooze Canadiana 18 Jul 2022
Slumber Premier Sunday 10 Apr 2022
Take a nap Newsday 15 Mar 2022
Computer mode Newsday 11 Mar 2022
Go off to dreamland USA Today 11 Mar 2022
Be out, in a way Wall Street Journal 28 Feb 2022
Catch some Z's Universal 20 Feb 2022
Get some shut-eye The Guardian Quick 16 Feb 2022
You'll fret if you lose it The Guardian Quick 25 Jan 2022
"___ No More" (immersive theater production) Universal 15 Jan 2022
Catch some Z's USA Today 27 Dec 2021
Get some shut-eye USA Today 05 Dec 2021
Somnology study LA Times Daily 26 Oct 2021
Something you do within 24 hours Family Time 11 Oct 2021
Doze USA Today 04 Oct 2021
Visit dreamland Newsday 28 Sep 2021
Get some shuteye Thomas Joseph 23 Sep 2021
Power-saving mode Wall Street Journal 16 Sep 2021
Repose The Times Concise 12 Sep 2021
Take a snooze Newsday 07 Sep 2021
Berth rite? Wall Street Journal 21 Aug 2021
Conk out Thomas Joseph 03 Jul 2021
Go out at night? The Washington Post 01 Jul 2021
Go out at night? LA Times Daily 01 Jul 2021
'Soft embalmer of the still midnight': Keats The Washington Post 22 Jun 2021
"Soft embalmer of the still midnight": Keats LA Times Daily 22 Jun 2021
Power-saving mode LA Times Daily 21 May 2021
Power-saving mode The Washington Post 21 May 2021
Visit dreamland Wall Street Journal 15 May 2021
'Well, I could ___ forever / But it's of her I dream' (Dandy Warhols lyric) The Washington Post Sunday 11 Apr 2021
Take a nap, say Newsday 24 Mar 2021
Slumber The Telegraph Quick 18 Feb 2021
Drop off Newsday 29 Jan 2021
Give extra consideration, with 'on' New York Times 24 Jan 2021
To be in the arms of Morpheus The Times Specialist Sunday 03 Jan 2021
Power-saving mode New York Times 03 Jan 2021
What's often lost when one has disrupted circadian rhythms The Washington Post Sunday 13 Dec 2020
Take a nap Newsday 02 Dec 2020
What Hypnos is the Greek god of New York Times 29 Nov 2020
Power-saving mode Wall Street Journal 28 Nov 2020
Result of eating the poisoned apple in 'Snow White' New York Times 15 Nov 2020
Take a nap, say USA Today 06 Nov 2020
Take a snooze USA Today 02 Sep 2020
Snooze Canadiana 24 Aug 2020
Doze The Telegraph Quick 21 Jul 2020
"Nature's soft nurse," to Shakespeare LA Times Daily 03 Jul 2020
'Nature's soft nurse,' to Shakespeare The Washington Post 03 Jul 2020
Get some shuteye Thomas Joseph 16 Jun 2020
Snooze The Telegraph Quick 20 May 2020
Undercover activity? Wall Street Journal 11 May 2020
Hypnotist's order Newsday 29 Mar 2020
Shut-eye USA Today 27 Mar 2020
Undercover activity? New York Times 24 Mar 2020
Take a snooze Newsday 02 Mar 2020
Many new parents could use it Universal 28 Feb 2020
Something you might want to catch up on USA Today 20 Dec 2019
What you might do like a baby or a log USA Today 13 Dec 2019
Get 40 winks Premier Sunday 24 Nov 2019
Hypnotist's command USA Today 15 Nov 2019
Sack time Newsday 27 Oct 2019
Stay awake? No Family Time 01 Sep 2019
What some sloths do for 20 hours a day Universal 30 Aug 2019
Slumber The Times Concise 24 Jul 2019
Doze Thomas Joseph 04 Jul 2019
Inactive computer mode Newsday 09 Jun 2019
Drop off bits of fruit to be served up The Telegraph Cryptic 08 Jun 2019
Sack out USA Today 20 May 2019
Computer mode New York Times 17 May 2019
Scales back undercover activity? The Sun Two Speed 02 May 2019
Slumber The Sun Two Speed 02 May 2019
Sentry's no-no LA Times Daily 20 Apr 2019
Sentry's no-no The Washington Post 20 Apr 2019
Catch a few winks USA Today 26 Feb 2019
Doze Eugene Sheffer 01 Feb 2019
Get some shut-eye Thomas Joseph 14 Jan 2019
Computer mode
Sentry's no-no
Sack out
Undercover activity?
What some sloths do for 20 hours a day
Catch a few winks
Take a siesta Newsday 26 Dec 2018
Nod off Newsday 06 Dec 2018
Drop off Wall Street Journal 05 Dec 2018
Lie dormant Premier Sunday 18 Nov 2018
Nightly activity Universal 09 Nov 2018
''... that knits up the ravell'd sleeve of care'' (Macbeth) Irish Times Simplex 31 Oct 2018
Catch some z's The Washington Post 11 Sep 2018
Catch some z's LA Times Daily 11 Sep 2018
Computer mode Newsday 20 Jul 2018
Get some sack time USA Today 01 Jul 2018
Ovid's ''rest of nature'' Newsday 23 Jun 2018
Doze Newsday 20 May 2018
Catch some Zs Universal 11 May 2018
Be out Thomas Joseph 04 May 2018
Doze off Newsday 08 Apr 2018
Laptop's dormant setting Newsday 05 Apr 2018
Have a dream, say The Washington Post Sunday 01 Apr 2018
Time out? Wall Street Journal 27 Mar 2018
Opposite of stay awake Family Time 04 Feb 2018
Perform a nightly ritual Universal 11 Jan 2018
Go undercover? Wall Street Journal 10 Jan 2018
Daily ritual Newsday 07 Jan 2018
Get some sack time
Drop off
Hypnotist's command
Catch some Zs
Perform a nightly ritual
Nightly activity
Catch some z's
Take a nap Universal 23 Nov 2017
Hit the sack Jonesin 05 Sep 2017
Undresses going up for a rest The Telegraph Cryptic 26 Aug 2017
Raised strips drop off The Times Cryptic 28 Jul 2017
Go undercover? Thomas Joseph 20 Jul 2017
Get some Zs Universal 23 Jun 2017
Desire for an insomniac Universal 12 Jun 2017
It 'knits up the ravell'd sleave of care,' per Macbeth New York Times 04 Jun 2017
Minimal-power computer mode Newsday 21 May 2017
Nighttime acquisition Universal 04 Apr 2017
Energy-saving computer mode Newsday 19 Mar 2017
What tryptophan is said to induce New York Times 28 Feb 2017
Insomniacs want it Universal 21 Feb 2017
Snooze LA Times Daily 14 Feb 2017
Drop off The Washington Post 01 Feb 2017
Nighttime activity Universal 14 Jan 2017
Snooze
It "knits up the ravell'd sleave of care," per Macbeth
Desire for an insomniac
Get some Zs
Get some shut-eye
Nighttime activity
Take a nap
Get some shut-eye Universal 01 Jan 2017
What tryptophan is said to induce
Catch some Z's USA Today 05 Dec 2016
Take a nap Family Time 04 Dec 2016
Get some shuteye Newsday 07 Nov 2016
'Silence is the ___ that nourishes wisdom': Bacon New York Times 06 Nov 2016
"To __: perchance to dream": Hamlet LA Times Daily 13 Oct 2016
Dormancy Newsday 18 Sep 2016
'The sweetest gift of heaven' (Virgil) The Washington Post 03 Sep 2016
Son starts to look extremely exhausted -- prompting this? The Telegraph Cryptic 23 Aug 2016
Energy-saving mode New York Times 18 Aug 2016
Backs Hull school from the beginning for dropping off children, for instance Irish Times Crosaire 13 Aug 2016
Nap The Telegraph Quick 06 Jul 2016
Get some shut-eye Wall Street Journal 23 May 2016
Slumber Irish Times Simplex 10 May 2016
Insomniac's wish USA Today 10 May 2016
Snooze New York Times 25 Jan 2016
What a new parent may lack Universal 03 Jan 2016
"Silence is the ___ that nourishes wisdom": Bacon
What a new parent may lack
"To __: perchance to dream": Hamlet
Snooze
Insomniac's wish
Energy-saving mode
Be dormant Newsday 25 Dec 2015
Be snoozing Premier Sunday 06 Dec 2015
Be dormant The Sun Two Speed 01 Dec 2015
Strips back to reveal nap The Sun Two Speed 01 Dec 2015
Midnight activity, often Universal 16 Oct 2015
Be dozing Premier Sunday 06 Sep 2015
Take a nap Thomas Joseph 27 Aug 2015
Nod off Universal 21 Aug 2015
Catch some z's Newsday 09 Aug 2015
Visit dreamland Newsday 02 Aug 2015
Sheep counter's quest Universal 30 Jun 2015
Wayne _; former Royal Ballet principal dancer The Telegraph Quick 27 Jun 2015
Old Prime Minister's going up to rest The Telegraph Cryptic 01 Jun 2015
What a new parent craves USA Today 30 Jan 2015
Berth rite? USA Today 05 Jan 2015
Doze off USA Today 02 Jan 2015
Get some shuteye
Drop off
Catch some z's
Hypnotist's order
Visit dreamland
Be dormant
Go undercover?
Down state?
What a new parent craves
Doze off
Berth rite?
Conk out, in a way
Prayer follower, sometimes
Catch some z's
Catch some z's
Sheep counter's quest
Nod off
Midnight activity, often
Be snoozing
Be dozing
Enjoy some REM, say
Retirement plan?
Catch forty winks
Take a nap
Hypnotist's directive
Keith Richards-sung Stones jam "___ Tonight"
"___ that knits up the ravell'd sleave of care": Macbeth
"The best cure for insomnia is to get a lot of ___" (W.C. Fields quote)
Nap
Hypnotist's command
Dormancy
Experience REM
Stephen King's "Doctor __"
"A hint of lovely oblivion," per D. H. Lawrence
Spend some time out?
Dream on?
Get some shut-eye
"No __ Till Brooklyn": Beastie Boys song
Take a 47 Across
Hamlet's word before "perchance to dream"
Doze
An alarm stops it
Sheep-counter's quest
Spend some time out?
A buzzer may end it
Opposite of "stay awake"
Result of counting sheep, perhaps
Take a siesta
"No __ Till Brooklyn": Beastie Boys song
Slumber
Be in the arms of Morpheus
Insomniac's lack
Result of counting sheep
Shut-eye
Slumber
Hypnotist's command
Catch some Z's
Catch 40 winks
Time out?
Power-saving mode
Nighttime refresher
Time out?
"Go the Fuck to ___"
Shuteye
Hypnos's realm
Nocturnal ambition
Catch some z's
"The best meditation," per the Dalai Lama
Romantics "Talking in Your ___"
Nighttime refresher
Catch forty winks
Fail to stay awake
Catch some Z's
What a new parent craves
Make like Rip Van Winkle
See 17-Across
"Talking in Your ___" (The Romantics)
Drop off
See 28-Down
Hypnotist's encouragement
Hypnotist's directive
Somniphobe's fear
Go to Nod
New parents might lack it
Dormant state
A buzzer may end it
Insomniac's need
Insomnia cure?
A buzzer may end it
What the sandman causes
Hit the hay
Insomniac's desire
Hypnotist's word
Hypnotist's command
Get some shuteye
Spin in place, as a yo-yo
Forty winks
Shuteye
New parent's lack?
Ambien user's goal
Visit the Land of Nod
Crash, so to speak
"Nature's soft nurse," to Shakespeare
Crash, so to speak
New parent's lack?
Shuteye
Yield to exhaustion
Peels backward?
Berth rite
Berth rite?
"To ___—perchance to dream": Hamlet
The arms of Morpheus
What an alarm may end
Kind of cycle
"___-Tite" (song from "The Pajama Game")
See 39 Across
Sentry's no-no
Be under
What to do to achieve your dreams?
Rest period
REM time
Power-saving mode
Insomniac's lack
Get some shuteye
Shuteye
Go undercover?
Shuteye
Sheep counter's quest
Sack time
Stop counting sheep?
Visit dreamland
Rest period
Button on some clock radios
What new parents lose
New parent's lack?
Catch some Z's
Take a siesta
Drop off
Hypnotist's word
Enjoy a bed
Be in the land of Nod
Sheep counter's goal
Hit the hay
Get some shuteye
Be in dreamland
"To ___: perchance to dream": Hamlet
Snooze
Z's
Drop off
It may come after setting an alarm
What Macbeth shall do no more
What a new parent may crave
Doze
Drop off
Visit Dreamland
"The brother of death," according to Homer
"The sweetest gift of heaven": Virgil
What Macbeth shall do no more
Slumber
Sack out
Dream environment
Take a nap
New parent's lack, often
Insomniac's wish
Spend some time out?
Hibernation
Virgil called it a gift of heaven
Catch some Z's
Drop off
Hypnotist's word
Sack out
Catch a break?
Hypnotist's word
Hypnotist's suggestion
Go out
What "Macbeth" shall do no more
Fall into the arms of Morpheus
An alarm may end it
Conquer insomnia
Hibernation
Repose
Conquer insomnia
An alarm may end it
Insomnia cure?
Sheep counter's quest
Hypnologist's study
Insomniac's need
Hit the hay
See 24-Across
Take a nap
Doze
Enjoy the arms of Morpheus
Siesta
Visit the land of Nod
Shut-eye
Hit the sack
Grab some z's
Doze
What you'll do in the arms of Morpheus
Catch some z's
Be in the land of Nod
40 winks
Catch a catnap
Insomniac's lack
Hypnotist's word
Associated with REM
Hit the hay
Grab a few z's
What a new parent craves
Hypnotist's word
REM time
Shuteye
Dreamland
Chronotherapy aids it
Kind of cycle
WETS
Nap
Insomniac's lack
Somnambulist's state
REM time
Nap
Land of Nod
Beddy-bye
Stop counting sheep?
Grab some shuteye
"Nature's soft nurse": W.S.
Result of counting sheep
Catch some Z's
"Glamis hath murder'd ___...": "Macbeth"
Experience REM
Visit the land of Nod
Somnambulistic state
Midnight activity usually
It was azure-lidded, to Keats
Sore labour's bath, to Shakespeare
Visit dreamland
To Milton it was "dewy-feathered"
Emulate Rip
Retire
The arms of Morpheus
Consider, with "on"
"O magic _____!": Keats
Meet Morpheus
"...an azure-lidded ___": Keats
Ravell'd -sleave knitter
REM time
Insomniac's relief
R. Wilbur's "Walking to ___"
Period of quiescence
Poet Wilbur's "Walking to ___"
Coleridge's "gentle thing"
Chandler's "The Big ___"
Knitter of ravell'd sleaves
Lie dormant
Insomniac's desire
Dormancy
Catch winks
Slumber
Chandler's The Big __
Insomniac's quest
"Sore labour's bath": Shak
Yield to Morpheus
Repose
Lullaby word
Realm of Somnus
What "Macbeth doth murder"
Chandler's "The Big ___ "
Get some shut-eye
Rest
"O magic ___!": Keats
"The City of ___," Kipling poem
What Macbeth "murdered"
Outcome of a lullaby
Doze off
Domain of Morpheus
"Sore labour's bath"
Land of Nod
"Balm of hurt minds"
Doze
Macbeth's murder victim
Nap
Lose alertness
Kind of walker
___ on it (delay a decision)
___ on (defer)
Fail to be alert
Be dormant
Emulate Epimenides
Rip's specialty
One kind of walker.
Inactivity
Shut-eye
Inactive state.
Dreamland.
Drop off, in a way.
Slumber.
Nap.
Sleeve-knitter, symbolically.
Land of Nod.
Cease activity.
Lullaby theme.
Emulate a storied beauty.
Problem for Macbeth.
Somnus' realm.
Lullaby word.
Beauty ___.
Somnolence.
Lullaby refrain.
Lie dormant.
Condition of rest.
Siesta.
Specialty of Somnus.
Realm of Somnus.
Doze.
The only thing people like that's good for them: E. M. Howe.
One aspect of Morpheus.
Brunhilde's punishment.
Van Winkle's specialty.
Nocturnal refreshment.
Beauty aid.
Hibernation.
Result of watching Nancy Berg's program.
Van Winkle's forte.
Lullaby subject.
Rest the weary bones.
About one-third of life.
Brunnhilde's punishment.
Result of counting sheep.
"Sore labour's bath . . . ": W. S.
Inert condition.
Goal of lullaby.
Hibernate.
Night.
"The universal vanquisher."—Sophocles.
See 22-Across
Power-saving mode
Time out?
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