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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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We've begged Snoozer to use this five-inch mattress in a flat bed without the bolster (which cannot be washed, somewhat defeating the purpose of this otherwise completely washable bed).
For those of you who know me, I'm not a day-time snoozer.
Callum Hassan gave the hosts some extra muscle up front when he came off the bench, but they lacked cutting edge throughout an Easter Monday morning snoozer.
The classic was Bob Dylan's first (and last) film, Renaldo and Clara, a four-hour snoozer that opened (and closed) in one week in 1978.
Within a week I discovered a few things about Rex; he was a world-class snoozer that dozed off whenever he stopped moving.
com)-- Greenville, SC based pet products manufacturer, Snoozer Pet Products, established that they are billing 33% more business through credit cards payments, after having brought their financial systems in compliance with PCI requirements.
After weeks of toiling on an issue that's been studied for years, nay decades, what a snoozer.
Mixed Messages: If prospects hear about the same things in an interview as on a tour, it could not only be a snoozer but could introduce conflicting information.
Tennessee have had longer to prepare for their home opener than visiting Houston after a 13-10 reverse in the openingnight snoozer in Pittsburgh ten days ago.
Instead of a scientific snoozer, the book is geared toward hunters and is very easy to understand.
No cat likes to be left out in the cold, and this cat Snoozer Bed is just purr-fect
Land use, a real snoozer on the surface, is causing heated battles, particularly in the West.
Since the 1984 presidential race was a snoozer that would result in Ronald Reagan's 49-state landslide reelection victory, much of the political world turned its gaze to North Carolina.