Slumber in a sentence as a noun

To many, including I guess the OP, "****" is a "bomb", a word that rouses them from their slumber and causes them to say "OMG, did he just say '****'".

[1] Fear of missing out on critical decisions that happen before the slumber party for instance.

"As more and more people wake up from the slumber of ignorance and see the light in supporting gay marriage, there are still people that refuse to evolve.

I stood up, and ceremoniously dropped the special IPL bead onto the machine, which then awoke from its 170-year slumber with a mighty roar.

That meant my sister and I could have our friends over for slumber parties and stay up all night and basically make as much noise as we wanted and not bug our parents.

Slumber in a sentence as a verb

The desktop display industry is finally awakening from a decade-long slumber.

Pincus didn't just **** over his employees; he ****** a technology startup ecosystem that is, after a decade-long slumber, trying to get on its feet again.

This particular convention one year had a company set up a display of a live "schoolgirl slumber party" that devolved into a lesbian makeout session.

Thin the cat's diet slowly over time, widen a border here, replace some text with an icon there, and the small bits of death and shrinkage that occur over time will mean that cat will soon be ready to contentedly purr its way into that jar and fall into a dreamy slumber all of its own accord.

Slumber definitions


a natural and periodic state of rest during which consciousness of the world is suspended; "he didn't get enough sleep last night"; "calm as a child in dreamless slumber"

See also: sleep


a dormant or quiescent state


be asleep

See also: sleep