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- adv. In a sleepy manner
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a sleepy manner; drowsily.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a sleepy manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a sleepy manner
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A long stone table dominates the center of this chamber, and bits of gold wink sleepily from the dust that coats the floor.
Several of the 24-hour locksmiths he called sleepily said they no longer offered round-the-clock services.
"Paul Antoine, it's for you," she called sleepily up the stairwell, with a touch of grumpy on the side.
Nirvana of non-existence, and he called sleepily, "What is it?"
"Abe," she called sleepily, "know what I've been thinking?
He lifted his head in response to his name and sleepily blinked his amber eyes.
Bonnie, awakened by the sound of voices in the hall, called sleepily but imperiously: “Daddy!” and Rhett started past Scarlett.
However, Clovis was already calling sleepily to know what was the trouble.
In the distance a bird called sleepily from one of the fortress turrets and was answered by some creature Kennon couldn't identify.
Matthiette heard the querulous birds call sleepily above; the margin of night was thick with their petulant complaints; behind her was the monstrous shadow of the