from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang Sleep.
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- n. Alternative spelling of shut-eye.
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- n. informal term for sleep
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Whether it's just a quick doze or a nap that lasts through the majority of the feature, any kind of shuteye is a frustration for the moviegoer.
At this point I kick my grouchy husband out of his own bed to sleep on the couch where he can get some uninterrupted shuteye.
At least that's according to a study released Monday in the journal Pediatrics, which found that children haven't been getting the recommended hours of shuteye for at least a century.
They would get themselves some shuteye and head down to the park in the morning.
While I had hoped to sleep for most of the flight, I was too excited for shuteye.
These days, its booming economy has many Brazilians working long hours in high-stress jobs, which has given rise to a new kind of business: selling space to get some shuteye.
If he's not broadcasting it's because he's getting some shuteye, and because, as he says, "I need to make some money."
But not if all that shuteye is because you don't have a job to go to.
And it can't nod off and catch some shuteye as a homeowner is likely to do.
With this tortoise-like lassitude, who can blame a fan, a player or a TV commentator from catching some midgame shuteye?
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