Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who slumbers; a sleeper.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who slumbers; a sleeper.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun One who slumbers; a sleeper.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a rester who is sleeping

Etymologies

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slumber +‎ -er

Examples

  • a gauzy curtain of silver tissue, which, without impeding respiration, protected the slumberer from the fell insects of an Oriental night.

    Chapter 5 - Part IX

  • The slumberer was the person who ought to have been pacing the deck.

    The Shellback's Progress In the Nineteenth Century

  • But whereas I, amateur slumberer that I am, can only manage to oversleep by a matter of hours, Gareth has mastered the art to such a degree that he can do it for days at a time, as his contribution today on that bastion of truthiness, Freedom Central, demonstrates:

    No time like the present

  • But whereas I, amateur slumberer that I am, can only manage to oversleep by a matter of hours, Gareth has mastered the art to such a degree that he can do it for days at a time, as his contribution today on that bastion of truthiness, Freedom Central, demonstrates:

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  • With each newly discovered slumberer, the populace grew more pensive.

    WORLD OF WARCRAFT STORMRAGE

  • With each newly discovered slumberer, the populace grew more pensive.

    WORLD OF WARCRAFT STORMRAGE

  • A fine, thick blanket I stole from a slumberer and stamped over that window nightynight and had situated myself on lightnights that way for years.

    Magic X

  • I pulled out the nozzle and turned it full onto the slumberer in her slumblies and dead quiet.

    Magic X

  • With each newly discovered slumberer, the populace grew more pensive.

    WORLD OF WARCRAFT STORMRAGE

  • The slumberer formed a singular group along with the tall forms of the hermit in his shaggy dress of goat-skins, bearing the lamp, and the knight in his close leathern coat — the former with an austere expression of ascetic gloom, the latter with anxious curiosity deeply impressed on his manly features.

    The Talisman

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