sleep in

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Synonyms for sleep in

sleep later than usual or customary

live in the house where one works


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Before, the employees were allowed to sleep in the offices of the Senate until after incidents of theft had been reported within the premises.
So we're paying homage to the place in which we spend a third of our lives and bringing you six pieces of kit with sound sleep in mind.
If you sleep in then you sleep longer whereas to lie in means you're awake but not willing to get out of bed yet.
This year, in addition, the charity asked for people who were not able to do the actual Sleep Out to Sleep In and pledge their support for St Basil's for the night.
I opted to sleep in and try archery for the first time since about 1972.