snooze


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Synonyms for snooze

Synonyms for snooze

to sleep for a brief period

a brief sleep

Synonyms for snooze

sleeping for a short period of time (usually not in bed)

sleep lightly or for a short period of time

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The people, Pages, and groups you snooze will not be notified.
Like an alarm clock's snooze function, the Snoozed person or page will eventually return to the user's News Feed.
For pages and groups, having a snooze button means they may be able to better retain their less active users.
The Snooze feature lets users avoid unfriending anyone or unfollowing any groups, but gives all the benefits of that action.
He said adverse effects of a longer daytime snooze could be due to the body going into deep sleep but failing to complete the sleep cycle.
STUDENTS have given the thumbs up to getting their heads down in Teesside University's new Snooze Room.
can't remember how many times somebody said to me 'You snooze, you lose' over the years.
When it does go off, hit the snooze alarm ONE time.
A brief daytime snooze can boost your memory fivefold, according to a study published online Feb.
It works like any other alarm clock on your smartphone except every time you hit snooze it donates your cash to your chosen charity including Parkinson's UK and Comic Relief.
sn an aad hdo You decide how much a snooze is worth and when they've added up to PS1 you have the choice to donate that amount or reset to zero.
The alarm rings and you hit the snooze button, trying to squeeze in an extra 10 minutes.
USPRwire, Mon Apr 08 2013] A new studyfrom Premier Inn has found the typical Brit hits the snooze button at 6.
ClickPress, Mon Apr 08 2013] A new studyfrom Premier Inn has found the typical Brit hits the snooze button at 6.