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
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Often before had it supported his sleepy head, and now he leaned back to enjoy the forbidden pleasure of a cat nap.
How many miles could you make in those few brief hours, with the darling at your bosom,--the little sleepy head on your shoulder,--the small, soft arms trustingly holding on to your neck?
He made all-- Thorn for the camel, fodder for the kine, And mother's heart for sleepy head, O little son of mine!
The "Calling all Weather Warriors, Sleepy Heads and Jetsetters
Across the road on the opposite sidewalk, unaware that a new occupant was sharing the streets with her, sat a 25-year-old Syrian beggar who hesitatingly identified herself as Salma, resting, her three kids' sleepy heads on her lap.
Ask them about going to bed early so they could get up early and go to do their jobs, and compare it to the most of the sleepy heads resting in their offices during the holy month.
In 1991, I wrote a column about Paul Mullaney when he retired from the District Court bench, recalling that he'd drive us to Notre Dame Academy and fill our sleepy heads with Worcester history -- the people, the streets, the buildings.
New York, Mar 14 ( ANI ): A new alarm-clock app rouses sleepy heads by making them solve complicated math equations, logic games and other puzzles.
Whether it was strong words from Clarke or the use of a sledgehammer to wake up a few sleepy heads, Albion came out with drive, intensity and a willingness to take some responsibility.
Radio alarms wake sleepy heads, To get them out of their comfy beds, A new born baby begins to cry, As in its cot it does lie.
Inspired by Central America, the Altuza range features bold zig-zag patterns in citrus shades and is designed to leave sleepy heads feeling refreshed and revitalised.
I had read them their favourite stories and kissed their sleepy heads.
The sun has set, the work is done; / It's time for trucks to end their fun, / So one by one they'll go to bed / To yawn and rest their sleepy heads, / Then wake up to another day / Of rough-and-tumble construction play
After rare light rain overnight the sun is up, and sleepy heads are coming out of the blankets where they have spent another quiet night.