SLEPT


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Then they both went to his room, but he slept so soundly that she could not wake him.
THE little Flopsy Bunnies slept delightfully in the warm sun.
She never stirred, but slept on and on in a deep, tranquil, life-giving, health-giving sleep.
How long we slept I do not know; but our sleep must have lasted long, for it rested us completely from our fatigues.
Hearing a splatter of musketry from the distance, he wondered indifferently if those men sometimes slept.
He had slept only a few moments when a brown carriage, drawn by a handsome pair of horses, bowled easily along, and was brought to a standstill nearly in front of David's resting-place.
NOW the other princes of the Achaeans slept soundly the whole night through, but Agamemnon son of Atreus was troubled, so that he could get no rest.
let it never Be foolishly said That my room it is gloomy And narrow my bed; For man never slept In a different bed -- And, to sleep, you must slumber In just such a bed.
I suffered too much that night I first discovered that you were waking while I slept.
However, she was not dead, but had only fallen into a deep sleep; and the king and the queen, who had just come home, and all their court, fell asleep too; and the horses slept in the stables, and the dogs in the court, the pigeons on the house-top, and the very flies slept upon the walls.
Do you bow that I have hardly slept for two months?
Twice a day they landed to hunt and feed, and at night they slept upon the bank of the mainland or on one of the numerous little islands that dotted the river.