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  • sleep soundly — have a deep sleep …   English contemporary dictionary

  • sleep like a log — sleep well, sleep soundly, dead to the world, deep sleep    After working in the fields and eating a big meal, I sleep like a log! …   English idioms

  • sleep the sleep of the just — sleep deeply, sleep soundly …   English contemporary dictionary

  • sleep like a baby — sleep soundly, sleep peacefully …   English contemporary dictionary

  • sleep like a log — sleep soundly, sleep deeply that one cannot be disturbed …   English contemporary dictionary

  • sleep like a top — sleep deeply, sleep soundly …   English contemporary dictionary

  • soundly — [[t]sa͟ʊndli[/t]] 1) ADV GRADED: ADV ed If someone is soundly defeated or beaten, they are defeated or beaten thoroughly. Needing just a point from their match at St.Helens, they were soundly beaten, going down by 35 points to 10. 2) ADV GRADED:… …   English dictionary

  • sleep — [c]/slip / (say sleep) verb (slept, sleeping) –verb (i) 1. to take the repose or rest afforded by a suspension of the voluntary exercise of the bodily functions and the natural suspension, complete or partial, of consciousness. 2. to be dormant,… …   Australian-English dictionary

  • soundly — sound|ly [ saundli ] adverb 1. ) in a way that is strong and reliable: soundly based/established/financed soundly built/constructed 2. ) thoroughly: soundly beaten/defeated/rejected: The Trojans were soundly beaten by the Wildcats in last night s …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • soundly — UK [ˈsaʊn(d)lɪ] / US adverb 1) in a way that is strong and reliable soundly based/established/financed soundly built/constructed 2) if you sleep soundly, you sleep well and it is not easy to wake you 3) used to emphasize how completely something… …   English dictionary

  • soundly — sound|ly [ˈsaundli] adv 1.) if you sleep soundly, you sleep deeply and peacefully ▪ The baby slept soundly all night. 2.) soundly defeated/beaten/thrashed completely defeated or severely punished ▪ The Republicans were soundly defeated …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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