Later, he describes himself as “a sleepwalker—who turns off the alarm clock.”
With the indifference to danger of a sleepwalker the Minnie Williams marched across the starlit harbor.
But that girl was like a sleepwalker—not to be talked to, I mean, like you could talk to persons.
The girl moved with the absorption of a sleepwalker beside Jude whose shufflings bespoke nervous tension.
But she went confidently on like a sleepwalker who saves himself from dangers that would be death to him in waking.
When at length the candle was lighted, he took it in his hand and went into the parlour like a sleepwalker.
He went about extinguishing the gas as aimlessly and mechanically as a sleepwalker, unaware of the things he was touching.
And at those words I rose mechanically, and like a sleepwalker.
Emil overtook her and catching her by the shoulders shook her gently, as if he were trying to awaken a sleepwalker.
She came into the room with her eyelids so demurely lowered that she might have been taken for a sleepwalker.
sleepwalking sleep·walk·ing (slēp'wô'kĭng)
The act of walking or performing another activity associated with wakefulness while asleep or in a sleeplike state. Also called noctambulism, somnambulism.