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  • n. Plural form of oversleeper.

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Examples

  • At eight o'clock in the morning all oversleepers are awakened and the rooms got ready for the coming night.

    The Secrets of the Great City

  • At eight o'clock in the morning all oversleepers are awakened, and the rooms got ready for the coming night.

    Lights and Shadows of New York Life or, the Sights and Sensations of the Great City

  • Even those comfort-demanding oversleepers know which Middle Eastern-operated newstand puts the Times out early and half-ass together--the Sunday New York Times is still delivered in sections to the newstands, where a newstand dude puts them to together, according to how he's feeling that early in the morning, i.e., he might leave the Real Estate section out of one or two papers; you won't know it until you get home and start wanting to look for that overpriced dream dreams are turning to nightmares house in north Tarrytown or Tuxedo Junction.

    Whys

  • The oversleepers, latecomers, and don’t-give-a-shitters have either arrived or been written off by the teacher chaperones.

    Wake

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