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sleepwalk

n. a movement toward something without effort; easy advancement; an easy task. (see also cakewalk, walk.) Getting the degree was a sleepwalk. Getting a job was hell.
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During a sleepwalk, the brain is resting and the body is on automatic pilot.
A BOY who sparked a frantic police search by going on a midnight sleepwalk is due to become a TV ce
Those who defend Mr Hearn have produced a medical report showing he has a long-standing condition causing him to sleepwalk on a regular basis.
Simply rate yourself on the basis of this checklist from Allenbaugh's book, "WAKE-UP CALLS: You Don't have to Sleepwalk Through Your Life, Love or Career
A MAN known to sleepwalk died after climbing out of a hotel window in the night and falling 13ft on to the roof of an empty room below.
I haven't got any history of sleepwalking but people do funny things when they sleepwalk.
Mark Phillips, 42, from Ingleby Barwick, called evidence from two sleepwalk experts in his defence against a charge of sexual assault.
Try to discuss, with someone sympathetic, what bothers or stresses you and you may find that you will never sleepwalk again.
Celebrity chef Antony Worrall Thompson used to sleepwalk when young: "It started when my mother sent me to boarding school so she could further her career as an actress.
Liberal Democrat defence spokesman Paul Keetch said: "We must not sleepwalk into conflict.
Thomas's mum said he had a history of sleepwalking but an ex-girlfriend told the court she had never known him to sleepwalk and had never woken to find him having sex with her.