go to sleep


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go to sleep

1. to start sleeping There was too much noise for me to go to sleep.
2. to lose all feeling in a hand or leg after being in one position for too long Sometimes my hand goes to sleep if I rest my head on it.
See also: sleep
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After the huge success of Before I Go to Sleep, Watson's second book was always going to be a problem and Second Life indeed proves so, although always gripping and skilful enough to suggest that lightning may strike again in book three.
Go to sleep my baby, close your pretty eyes, go to sleep my baby, dream of parrot's eyes.
Never mind this, 'never go to sleep on a row' New Testament, turn-the-other-cheek namby, pamby rubbish.
Tonight, when you go to sleep, remember the families with children who are going to sleep in their cars.
Perhaps the most eloquent contributor is a fourth-grade student at a Michigan school, who in 2001 summarized his view of war in these words: "If you are lucky in this life / A window will appear on a battlefield between two armies / And when the soldiers look into the window / They don't see their enemies / They see themselves as children I And they stop fighting / And go home and go to sleep / When they wake up, the land is well again.
The idea that a poor orphan girl could go to sleep one night and awaken the next morning to a room transformed by a wealthy neighbor is a compelling one.
Close your eyes, go to sleep, and let your brain shore up memories of the places you've visited recently and the routes you took to get there.
A lieutenant ordered jail staff to not permit the arrestee to go to sleep but they did not follow his orders.
Just as you go to sleep, your heartbeat slows, your temperature falls, and your muscles relax.
Wake up at the same time every morning and go to sleep at the same time every night.
which most heterosexual men don't even achieve") to 10 ("you go to sleep every night thinking how [much] easier it would be to be a woman instead").
She agreed, on condition she could go to sleep when they got there.
People yawn before they go to sleep, before they wake up, before they take a test.