“People are dropping in all the time, just to have a snooze,” said the curator Natalie Kovacs.
The way he goes about this vengeance, however, is enough a snooze for you to want to close your own coffin for an eternal slumber.
Why would he surrender his precious few hours of snooze for a measly seven grand?
Just something to think about before you hit that snooze button tomorrow.
But as the term Third Awakening suggests, these awakenings tend to snooze off.
I had closed my eyes for only an hour or so the previous night, and the blind was not comfortable enough to suit me for a snooze.
Then Berrie said, firmly: “Now you must take a snooze, you look tired.”
He came in about nine, took a cup of coffee from the counter, and settled himself for a snooze.
There now, old man, just belay all that, and let me finish my snooze.
And you let us snooze all that time while you sat here on deck to fend off the evil spirits?
1789, cant word, of unknown origin, perhaps echoic of a snore. Related: Snoozed; snoozing. The noun meaning "a short nap" is from 1793. Snooze-alarm is from 1965.