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- adv. In a restful manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a restful manner; in a state of rest or quiet.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a restful manner
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Sitting "restfully" in the long lines of cars at dead-traffic-lights-turned-four-way-stops, or snaking around the blocks leading to the FEMA PODs (points of distribution) handing out MREs (meals ready to eat), the whole region has had time to reflect -- and to make the connections between paying responsible taxes and having government support services handy when you really need them (buried lines anyone?)
His cheek was pillowed restfully in the ooze, and on his face there was an expression of content.
My shotgun sat restfully with the locks clamped shut.
Anyone have trouble sleeping restfully with that thought in their heads?
How to sleep well, deeply, restfully and many more adverbs all of which imply that sleep is an elusive dream.
But she must finish her dessert, too - like all chi-chis she had a passion for sugary confections - so she brought it to bed, if you please, and gorged herself on eclairs and cream slices while I fondled her, well content to play restfully for a change.
So let me offer some realistic solutions that can ease any college student back into the swing of things quickly and restfully:
However, when these rhythms are disrupted, then sleeping restfully or waking up refreshed is hard to come by.
Energy and mental focus improve noticeably as sleep comes easily and ends restfully.
As someone who resides in DC, I quite like our handgun ban and sleep a little bit more restfully every night knowing that my neighbors can't keep loaded guns under their pillows.