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- verb Present participle of
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I should know because I'm guilty of both (undersleeping and overeating) cycoivan
I should know because I'm guilty of both undersleeping and overeating
And while I'm suffering from underworking, I'm undersleeping from all the worrying over people I care for.
But in all sincerity he points to men who have found the right stopping point up to which tobacco hurts less perhaps than coffee or tea, candy or lobster, overeating or undersleeping.
It was a trifle hard after over-eating and undersleeping myself for nine days, and riding everywhere with my feet up in taxis.
For instance, let’s say you haven’t been able to shake off a setback or a loss, and you find yourself preoccupied and worried, prone to tears, avoiding sex and other pleasures, overeating and undersleeping and just plain not enjoying life as much as you once did.