doze off

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Synonyms for doze off

change from a waking to a sleeping state

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Now it has been revealed that it is incredibly simple to doze off, as soon as your head hit the pillow - all you need to do is, write a very specific to-do list.
After about an hour - just as I was about to doze off to sleep - John finally gave in and agreed to call the chairman.
As you begin to wonder if you'll ever doze off again, rest assured that you're not alone.
You doze off, held safely in the arms of Mother Earth.
It envisions people retiring to the bedroom, not the living room, at the end of the day, where they will stretch out on the bed, read stories to their children and possibly doze off.
IF YOU DOZE off [while praying], don't give it a second thought.
For each situation listed, use the scale below to rate the likelihood that you would doze off or fall asleep (in contrast to just feeling tired) during that activity.
We're seeing more and more school-age kids who have sleep problems and who doze off in class," remarks pediatrician Judith Owens, who runs a sleep clinic at Rhode Island Hospital in Providence.
Drivers who doze off at the wheel cause an estimated 100,000 car crashes annually and are responsible for about 4 percent of all motor vehicle fatalities, according to a recent study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.