Common misspellings for sleep:
selece, sulpuer, sleaper, slipp, selet, sleped, selec, sllep, ssleep, slpeep, sleeze, sllepy, soleley, aslieep, sleev, selecy, steelp, kleep, sleeo, sleed, slee, asleap, slepp, silmpe, selef, shlep, speel, sleeped, stelp, seler, sealp, sleezy, slegh, sleepaway, sleer, selsey, slepe, slomp, fellasleep, sleepto, sleem, schlepp, slppy, selph, sleppy, sleepig, maleup, sleeep, sloap, slpell, sliper, speeel, sleepishy, sleapy, sliepnir, yourselp, sleen, spleep, sleece, sheelp, sleepie, sleepps, slepy, sleapt, leep, sllip, slleep, skeep, ceepy, sleepin, velop, slirp, sleeply, slopey, sleept, islip, sleepen, sleff, lseep, asleepp, sleetp, slapp, aslepp, sleppen, slpet, sleap, sasleep, sleipnir, sleve, slippe, slewn, sellp, sleepign, slepps, aslep, aslpeep, deleep, asleeep, selye, salesper, slene, sleepi, slep't, slezy, asllep, sleez, sloppe, sleepee, sleepimg, slpeen, slipe, salees, splee, slevee, selof, helep, slep, sleepn, speeh, slpoe, slilp, sleper, salee, alsleep, sevelop, speep, aleep, sleezey, skepe, upslope, assleep, slape, sleepilly, seelp, sletp, slede, esleep, saleem, speap, selen, sloeep, slurpy, zleep, xleep, dleep, eleep, wleep, soeep, slwep, slsep, sldep, slrep, sl4ep, sl3ep, slewp, slesp, sledp, slerp, sle4p, sle3p, slee0, szleep, xsleep, sxleep, dsleep, sdleep, seleep, swleep, skleep, slkeep, soleep, slweep, slewep, slseep, slesep, sldeep, sledep, slreep, slerep, sl4eep, sle4ep, sl3eep, sle3ep, sleewp, sleesp, sleedp, sleerp, slee4p, slee3p, sleeop, sleepo, sleelp, sleepl, slee-p, slee0p, sleep0, selep, sleepp, 3leep, qleep, smeep, sluep, slmep, slaep, slgep, sleup, slemp, slegp, sleex, sleeq, s leep, sl eep, sle ep.
Definition of sleep:
- To take rest by the suspension of the voluntary exercise of the bodily and mental powers; to rest; to be inactive or motionless; to lie or be still; to spin un observedly; to live thoughtlessly; to rest in the grave.
- To give sleep to; to furnish with accomodations for sleeping; to lodge.
- To be slumbering in; - followed by a cognate object; as, to sleep a dreamless sleep.
- To make go away by sleep; as, he slept away his pain; to make pass through sleep; as, she slept the day away; to shake off through sleep; as, he slept off the evil effects of the poison.
- To rest or repose in ( sleep); as, to sleep the sleep of death.
- To take rest by a suspension of the voluntary exercise of the powers of the body and mind, and an apathy of the organs of sense; to slumber.
- To be careless, inattentive, or uncouncerned; not to be vigilant; to live thoughtlessly.
- To be dead; to lie in the grave.
- To be, or appear to be, in repose; to be quiet; to be unemployed, unused, or unagitated; to rest; to lie dormant; as, a question sleeps for the present; the law sleeps.
- To take rest in sleep; be motionless or inactive; be dead.
- To take rest by relaxation: to become unconscious: to slumber: to rest: to be motionless or inactive: to remain unnoticed: to live thoughtlessly: to be dead: to rest in the grave:- pa. t. and pa. p. slept.
- To slumber; be inactive or unnoticed; to be dead.
- be asleep
- be able to accommodate for sleeping; " This tent sleeps six people"
- To be asleep, dormant, or dead; slumber.
- To take rest in sleep; to slumber; to repose; in Scrip., to rest in the grave; to be inattentive; to live thoughtlessly; to be unnoticed or unagitated, as a subject or question.
- a torpid state resembling sleep
- a period of time spent sleeping; " he felt better after a little sleep"; " there wasn't time for a nap"
- imp. of Sleep. Slept.
- A natural and healthy, but temporary and periodical, suspension of the functions of the organs of sense, as well as of those of the voluntary and rational soul; that state of the animal in which there is a lessened acuteness of sensory perception, a confusion of ideas, and a loss of mental control, followed by a more or less unconscious state.
- A temporary, normal suspension of consciousness and will, occurring at regular intervals; slumber; rest; figuratively, death.
- A physiological state of relative unconsciousness and inaction of the voluntary muscles, the need of which recurs periodically. It is a period of regeneration of the higher nervous system and of muscular tissue, the nutritive and metabolic processes continuing. The number of hours in the twenty- four given to sleep varies from six or seven in the aged to twelve or fourteen in the infant, the average for the male adult being eight and for the female adult nine, these figures varying somewhat with the individual.
- Rest for preservation of body, during which there is an ignorance of surroundings.
- The state of one who or that which sleeps: slumber: rest.
- Slumber; rest.
- A state or period of unconsciousness; slumber; repose.
- A temporary suspension of the active powers of mind and body for the refreshment and invigoration of the system; rest from physical action.
- That state of the body in which the voluntary exercise of the powers of body and mind is suspended; slumber; repose; among plants, a peculiar vital effect produced on some expanded flowers, and the leaflets of some leaves, by which they are closed or folded together at certain times.