- 1Walk around and sometimes perform other actions while asleep: apparently, people who sleepwalk often make for the wardrobeMore example sentences
- Have you ever sleepwalked? No, not that i know of.
- During a week-long trial, the defendant told the jury of his family's history of sleepwalking - he, his mother, two aunts and a cousin have all sleepwalked.
- I sleepwalked around the house in my pajamas, barely talking to my parents.
- 1.1Engage in an activity without interest, enthusiasm, or awareness of the possible consequences: we are sleepwalking into a surveillance societyMore example sentences
- Arroyo is not highly rated, often accused of sleep walking through a role.
- In a familiar Double Indemnity type love triangle the hero sleepwalks into murder.
- Unfortunately, he did not follow up by resigning, along with the rest of the board who have sleepwalked to disaster.
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- An instance of sleepwalking: the longer a sleepwalk lasts, the nearer the person comes to a state of wakefulnessMore example sentences
- At first the route was a struggle, but it quickly came to resemble a sleepwalk.
More definitions of sleepwalkDefinition of sleepwalk in:
- The US English dictionary