asleep

Synonyms and related words:
a stranger to, anesthetized, asleep in Jesus, at rest, benumbed, bereft of life, blind to, breathless, called home, callous, carrion, cataleptic, catatonic, caught napping, cold, comatose, croaked, dead, dead and gone, dead asleep, dead to, deadened, deaf to, death-struck, deceased, deep asleep, defunct, demised, departed, departed this life, destitute of life, done for, doped, dormant, drugged, dull, exanimate, fallen, fast asleep, finished, flaked-out, food for worms, gone, gone to glory, gone west, goofing off, half-conscious, idle, impassible, imperceptive, impercipient, in ignorance of, inanimate, incautious, incognizant, inert, insensate, insensible, insensible to, insensitive, insentient, late, late lamented, launched into eternity, lifeless, martyred, mindless, napping, narcotized, nirvanic, no more, nodding, nonconceiving, not with it, numb, numbed, obdurate, oblivious, obtuse, off-guard, out, out cold, out of it, passed on, passive, pushing up daisies, quiet, released, reposing, resting easy, sainted, semiconscious, senseless, sleeping, sleepy, slumbering, smitten with death, sound asleep, spaced out, still, stillborn, stoned, strung out, taken away, taken off, thick-skinned, thick-witted, unalert, unanimated, unaware, unaware of, uncautious, unconscious, unconscious of, unfeeling, unfelt, unguarded, unhearing, uninsightful, unknowing, unmindful, unmindful of, unperceiving, unperceptive, unprehensive, unprepared, unready, unrealizing, unseeing, unsuspecting, unvigilant, unwary, unwatchful, unwitting, with the Lord, with the saints, without life, without vital functions, witless, zonked, zonked out

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • Asleep. — Asleep. Allgemeine Informationen Genre(s) Indie Rock, Alternative Rock, Pop Gründung 1999 Website …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • asleep — [ə slēp′] adj. 1. in a condition of sleep; sleeping 2. inactive; dull; sluggish 3. numb except for a prickly feeling [my arm is asleep] 4. dead adv. into a sleeping or inactive condition …   English World dictionary

  • asleep — index dormant Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • asleep — c.1200, aslepe, o slæpe, from O.E. on slæpe (see SLEEP (Cf. sleep)). The parallel form on sleep continued until c.1550. Of limbs, from late 14c. Meaning inattentive, off guard is from mid 14c …   Etymology dictionary

  • asleep — [adj] unconscious catching some zzz’s*, comatose, conked*, crashed*, dormant, dozing, dreaming, flaked out*, getting shut eye*, hibernating, inactive, in dreamland*, inert, in repose, napping, on the kip*, out*, out cold*, out like a light*, out… …   New thesaurus

  • asleep — ► ADJECTIVE & ADVERB 1) in or into a state of sleep. 2) not attentive or alert. 3) (of a limb) numb …   English terms dictionary

  • asleep — a|sleep S2 [əˈsli:p] adj [not before noun] 1.) sleeping ≠ ↑awake ▪ Quiet! The baby s asleep. fast/sound asleep (=sleeping deeply) 2.) fall asleep a) to begin to sleep ▪ Grandad fell asleep watching TV …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • asleep — a|sleep [ ə slip ] adjective never before noun ** 1. ) not awake: Are you asleep yet? fast/sound asleep (=sleeping very deeply): The children are fast asleep in their rooms. half asleep (=not fully awake): I groped for the phone, still half… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • asleep — [[t]əsli͟ːp[/t]] 1) ADJ: v link ADJ Someone who is asleep is sleeping. My four year old daughter was asleep on the sofa. Ant: awake 2) PHRASE: V inflects When you fall asleep, you start sleeping. Sam snuggled down in his pillow and fell asleep.… …   English dictionary

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