sleepy head

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sleepy head

A playful name for one who is tired. Get up, sleepy head, or else we'll be late! You're clearly dozing off, so why don't you go to bed, sleepy head?
See also: head
References in classic literature ?
Here, sleepy-head,' said Joe, giving him the lantern.
ALBION sleepy-head Ryan Donk has woken up to the Premier League challenge ahead of him after his snoozing got him axed from his last club for FOUR months
SLEEPY-HEAD Thomas Leslie Burr was born on July 16 weighing 9lb 7oz.
SLEEPY-HEAD girls hope they have set a double Guinness World Record without ever getting out of bed.
As a result, the sleepy-head Scot was in such a hurry he forgot to put his pants on, was docked two frames and, not surprisingly, went on to lose the game 5-3.
I still get up every morning, thinking I'll have to wake Sarah, who was such a sleepy-head.
Meanwhile, Tom Smith has ordered his sleepy-head Scotland mates to set their alarm clocks for 2.
SLEEPY-HEAD Graeme Dott made a red-faced exit from the China Snooker Open in Shanghai yesterday.
MIGHTY mite Tom Smith has told his sleepy-head Scotland mates to set their alarm clocks for 2.
Sleepy-head Sam Torrance was kicked out of the OKI Pro-Am yesterday.
And here pyjama-clad families will be encouraged to throw some shapes as well as play with hula hoops and bathe in bubbles set to music guaranteed to shake up sleepy-heads.
The gallery is inviting all sleepy-heads aged seven years and under to join in the fun and games at the free pyjama party this Sunday from 1.
The Lady Lever ArtGallery is inviting all sleepy-heads aged seven and under to the quirky but free Pyjama Party on Sunday from 1.
His sleepy-heads were trailing after just two minutes after Barry Sellars gave Forfar a flying start.