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- n. Someone who walks about in their sleep
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who walks in his sleep; a somnambulist.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A somnambulist.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who walks about in their sleep
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A sleepwalker is a shapeshifting vampire / werebeast who lives off the energy of virgins.
Although Lin, the character, comes to see how communism has made him an emotional "sleepwalker," few real-life Chinese reach such an understanding, says Jin.
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I walked out and up the stairs, but I felt like a sleepwalker.
The Vice Dean asked us given Lady Macbeth changes as she does from a ironwilled accomplice to attempted attempted attempted attempted murder of progressing scenes to a raging sleepwalker as good as self-murder of a fifth act.
We were struck by a change in Lady M. from imperious ambition as good as dignified callousness in early scenes to frightened, implicitly tortured sleepwalker in a critical late scene.
Telemachus is an occasional sleepwalker, and his behavior during those bouts shows the heavy influence of dream logic.
The sleepwalker may return to bed or awaken in the morning in a different part of the house.
Perry, after accusations that he was campaigning like a sleepwalker, showed on the night that he intends to make a fight of it.
Time seemed to slow until he felt like a sleepwalker wending through the undergrowth, brambles snatching, unable to find his way through the trees.