sack time

sack time

1. n. a period of time spent in bed. I need more sack time than most people.
2. n. time to go to bed. Okay, gang, it’s sack time. Go home so I can get some sleep!
See also: sack, time
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Rather than drive back to Cornwall after my appointment, I decided to grab some sack time at the lower East Side apartment of my youngest daughter, Kafi.
At first, Price admitted, he wasn't thrilled his sack time was interrupted, until he learned it could lead to another type of sack time.
Asked to say how much they looked forward to any of 17 activities--ranging from sleeping to completing tax forms--71 percent said they relished the thought of extra sack time.
For more restful sack time, researchers suggest that you
You turn the MODE switch all the way clockwise to the end position and head for some serious sack time.
According to researchers at three major universities, logging less than eight hours of sack time every night can lead to increased levels of ghrelin - no we're not making this up; it's a hormone that stimulates the appetite - and can lower levels of leptin, which suppresses hunger.