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Sleep - Kind of cycle

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  • Sleep - Letter on S
  • 1 - st. word S
  • 2 - st. word L
  • 3 - st. word E
  • 4 - st. word E
  • 5 - st. word P

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Sleep - It was azure-lidded, to keats Sleep - Sore labour's bath, to shakespeare Sleep - Result of counting sheep Sleep - Catch some z's Sleep - Visit the land of nod Sleep - Kind of cycle Sleep - Wets Sleep - Chronotherapy aids it Sleep - 'the sweetest gift of heaven': virgil Sleep - What you'll do in the arms of morpheus Sleep - Siesta Sleep - Insomniac’s need Sleep - Hypnotist's command Sleep - Stop counting sheep? Sleep - Shuteye Sleep - Sheep counter's quest Sleep - Insomniac's lack Sleep - Sack out Sleep - Hypnotist's word Sleep - Slumber Sleep - Hibernation Sleep - Virgil called it a gift of heaven Sleep - What macbeth shall do no more Sleep - Spend some time out? Sleep - Go undercover? Sleep - Hit the hay Sleep - Hypnotist's order Sleep - It may come after setting an alarm Sleep - Peels backward? Sleep - Drop off Sleep - Time out? Sleep - What a new parent may crave Sleep - New parent's lack? Sleep - Be out Sleep - Get some shuteye Sleep - Sack time Sleep - Rest period Sleep - Snooze Sleep - Berth rite Sleep - Yield to exhaustion Sleep - Take a nap Sleep - 'to ___—perchance to dream': hamlet Sleep - Be under Sleep - What an alarm may end Sleep - Berth rite? Sleep - Crash, so to speak Sleep - "nature's soft nurse," to shakespeare Sleep - A bed habit Sleep - Dream on? Sleep - Insomniac's desire Sleep - What a new parent craves Sleep - Retirement plan? Sleep - What a new parent may lack Sleep - Skins Sleep - A buzzer may end it Sleep - Insomnia cure? Sleep - Dormant state Sleep - Hypnotist's encouragement Sleep - See 28-down Sleep - Hypnotist's directive Sleep - Conk out Sleep - Doze Sleep - Go under cover? Sleep - Get some shut-eye Sleep - 'a gentle thing,' said coleridge Sleep - Do a van winkle Sleep - Insomniac's need Sleep - Coleridge called it 'a gentle thing' Sleep - Insomniac's wish Sleep - Pull a van winkle Sleep - Forty winks Sleep - Takes the skin off up for lying Sleep - How one gets the skin off the wrong way with one's eyes shut Sleep - One takes the skin off the back of this with one's eyes shut Sleep - What new parents lose Sleep - Takes the hide off the back of this while unconscious Sleep - "the best meditation," per the dalai lama Sleep - Nocturnal ambition Sleep - Student's about to dribble in repose Sleep - 'go the fuck to ___' Sleep - Power-saving mode Sleep - Hypnos's realm Sleep - Shut-eye Sleep - Nighttime refresher Sleep - Catch forty winks Sleep - Looking back, removes skin to hit the hay Sleep - Fail to stay awake Sleep - Result of counting sheep, perhaps Sleep - Hamlet's word before 'perchance to dream' Sleep - Undercover activity? Sleep - "no __ till brooklyn": beastie boys song Sleep - An alarm stops it Sleep - Sheep-counter's quest Sleep - Opposite of "stay awake" Sleep - Take a 47 across Sleep - Lie dormant Sleep - Take a siesta Sleep - Dormancy Sleep - Nap Sleep - '___ that knits up the ravell'd sleave of care': macbeth Sleep - Stephen king's "doctor __" Sleep - Unconscious sleeve-knitter Sleep - The smiths' debut hit Sleep - Produced (egg) Sleep - Be dormant Sleep - Prime minister's about to crash Sleep - Drunken stupor recommended by james purdy? Sleep - Removes clothing, retiring for this Sleep - Pm's upset for rest of dark period Sleep - Computer mode Sleep - Experience rem Sleep - 'a hint of lovely oblivion,' per d. h. lawrence Sleep - Doze off Sleep - Strips going back for snooze Sleep - Wayne --, english dancer and choreographer Sleep - Strips, being about to get some rest Sleep - Be off for the rest of the night Sleep - Old pm's turned up with the rest Sleep - Skins reversed to show nap Sleep - Prime minister rises following second snooze Sleep - Old prime minister's going up to rest Sleep - Wayne _; former royal ballet principal dancer Sleep - Strips back to reveal nap Sleep - Visit dreamland Sleep - Nod off Sleep - Be dozing Sleep - Doze, nap Sleep - Midnight activity, often Sleep - Be snoozing Sleep - Backs hull school from the beginning for dropping off children, for instance Sleep - Energy-saving mode Sleep - Son starts to look extremely exhausted -- prompting this? Sleep - 'the sweetest gift of heaven' (virgil) Sleep - "to __: perchance to dream": hamlet Sleep - "talking in your ___" (the romantics) Sleep - Romantics "talking in your ___" Sleep - Keith richards-sung stones jam "___ tonight" Sleep - Bon jovi "i'll ___ when i'm dead" Sleep - 'silence is the ___ that nourishes wisdom': bacon Sleep - Nighttime activity Sleep - Insomniacs want it Sleep - What tryptophan is said to induce Sleep - Energy-saving computer mode Sleep - Nighttime acquisition Sleep - Minimal-power computer mode Sleep - Look over 50? to begin with, please rest Sleep - It 'knits up the ravell'd sleave of care,' per macbeth Sleep - Desire for an insomniac Sleep - Get some zs Sleep - Raised strips drop off Sleep - Undresses going up for a rest Sleep - Hit the sack Sleep - Daily ritual Sleep - Perform a nightly ritual Sleep - Perform a nightly ritual