|sleep until you feel better||sleep off|
|(Archaic) love, have great affection for; feel a passionate attraction to||belove|
|(Medicine) palpatory pressure applied to an object causing a bouncing or tossing about (especially regarding a pregnancy test in which pressure is applied to the uterus to feel for a fetus)||ballottement|
|(Medicine) serving to reduce the ability to feel pain (of drugs); (Pathology) causing lack of feeling (of a disease), anesthetic||anaesthetic|
|(Slang) went to sleep (Example: "After working the night shift, I fell out")||fell out|
|a nap, doze, nap; (Slang) something boring or tiresome, sleep, sleep lightly, to nap||snooze|
|a reelful, dance music, dance reel, feel giddy or confused, move unsteadily, revolving storage device, roll up, wind onto a spool; sway, falter, Scottish dance, section of motion-picture film, cylinder around which long flexible material is wound (such...||reel|
|a sound made by snoring, breathe noisily in sleep, hoarse harsh sound made while sleeping, make a hoarse sound in the throat while sleeping||snore|
|a trademark for pentobarbital sodium, a barbiturate used as a sedative and an anticonvulsant, commercial name for a sleep-inducing drug||Nembutal|
|ability to feel movement, sensation of movement (in the muscles, tendons, etc.)||kinaesthesia|
|ability to feel movement, sensation of movement (in the muscles, tendons, etc.)||kinaesthesis|
|ability to feel movement, sensation of movement (in the muscles, tendons, etc.)||kinesthesis|
|ability to perceive sensation, ability to feel, awareness, feeling||sentience|
|absence of sleep; alertness, vigilance||wakefulness|
|accept or make do with something, amount of something in something else, capacity, cause to feel content, contentment, satisfaction, information available electronically, intellectually interesting material, list of subject or chapter headings, meaning...||content|
|accommodations for guest or patient, area of sea with shellfish, fix into surrounding surface, form layer, furniture on which to sleep, ground under water, have sexual intercourse with somebody, layer of food, layer of rock, mattress, patch of soil, pi...||bed|
|act of closing one eye; blinking of the eyes; innuendo or hint that is expressed by the wink of an eye; brief moment, second (like the wink of an eye); flashing or twinkling of a light; short nap, little sleep (Informal), brief closing of one eye, clos...||wink|
|act of crawling (moving along the ground on all fours, creeping); swimming stroke, be overrun, be servile, move along the ground on all fours; grovel, feel creepy, grow across surface, move close to ground, move slowly close to surface, move very slowl...||crawl|
|act of smelling, sniffing; sense of smell; scent, odor, fragrance; characteristic quality, aura, be detected when breathed in, detect by nose, feel or detect, give impression, give unpleasant impression, perceive an odor through the nose by means of th...||smell|
|act of wriggling; wriggling movement, squirming motion, feel emotional distress, twist and turn, wriggle, writhe, wriggle from discomfort||squirm|
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