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  • adj. Alternative spelling of unwakeable.

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Examples

  • My kid was absolutely unwakable - practically in a coma.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • My body lies in a deep, unwakable slumber in the doomed city of Tanelorn, while Miggea, Duchess of Law, now holds the Black Sword and can do with it whatever she likes.

    The Dreamthief's Daughter

  • I did, with a firm resolution that if nine's rightful owner turned up later I should be just as unwakable as the man opposite.

    The Man in Lower Ten

  • She moved slowly, as if she expected him to call her back, as he had frequently done in the past; but he seemed to be oblivious of her presence and not to have heard her last plaintive appeal, for he sat gazing at the light in Dixie Hart's cottage like an unwakable man.

    Dixie Hart

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