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  • adj. Not refreshed.

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  • adj. not rested or refreshed


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un- +‎ refreshed


  • Those who use a cellphone right before trying to go to sleep reported they were less likely to get a good night's sleep, more likely to wake up feeling unrefreshed, more likely to feel "sleepy," and more likely to drive while drowsy.

    Electronic glow affecting Americans' sleep

  • If you wake up after seven to eight hours of sleep and still feel unrefreshed, your problem may not be about quantity but rather quality.

    Dr. Michael J. Breus: How Come I Feel More Tired When I Sleep Longer?

  • People who had trouble falling asleep or who woke up feeling unrefreshed at least three times per week were about 80 percent and 70 percent more likely than their peers, respectively, to develop three or more of those risk factors, the study found.

    Snoring And Sleep Problems Could Signal Heart Disease

  • In the morning he awoke unrefreshed and the first thing he did was advise Minott of the happenings of the night.

    "Microcosmic Buccaneers" by Harl Vincent, part 10

  • The negative vibes invade my sleep, giving me nightmares and leaving me restless and unrefreshed the next day.

    One activist's prescription for mental health

  • After my busy, and productive day, I tossed and turned and woke up totally unrefreshed.

    Playing hooky - a little taste of heaven

  • Medically, insomnia is marked by 'subjective complaints about quantity and/or quality of sleep', leading to 'a feeling of being unrefreshed on waking '.

    'Insomnia: A Cultural History'

  • In a survey of middle - and high-school students, University of Colorado researchers found that 82 percent said they woke up tired and unrefreshed, and more than half had trouble concentrating during the day at least once a week.

    Homeroom Zombies

  • Retirement to the stormy chamber at the top of the house brought no rest with it; and the Captain rose up in the morning, sorrowful and unrefreshed.

    Dombey and Son

  • Rising in the morning, unrefreshed, and with a heavy recollection of the domestic unhappiness of the preceding day, she sought Edith again in all the rooms, and did so, from time to time, all the morning.

    Dombey and Son


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