Related formssleep·less·ly, adverbsleep·less·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for sleepless
It was a sleepless night in Chechnya for two lawyers from the Russian town of Orenburg, Sergei Babinets and Dmitriy Dimitriyev.Putin’s Favorite Acolyte Terrorizes Human Rights Activists|Anna Nemtsova|December 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I blame a sleepless night or free drinks at a cocktail party.
And behind the sleepless Moms will come binders full of freshly scrubbed lawyers looking to turn a buck on the news.
Now we are learning that it is not just sleepless nights looking after Prince George that may have unsettled his mood.Hacking Trial Delivers an Unwelcome Christmas Present For William and Kate|Tom Sykes|December 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Building a business around teen trends is a guarantee of sleepless night.Snapchat’s Diss Captures Facebook’s Cruel Cool World|Daniel Gross|November 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Amedee, with his livid complexion and haggard from a sleepless night and tears, was pitiful to see.A Romance of Youth, Complete|Francois Coppee
The furious course which he had just run, the fatigue of the fight, and his sleepless night, clouded his mind.The Usurper|Judith Gautier
The consequence was that after a sleepless night he bolted like a rabbit to his burrow at Nunsmere.Septimus|William J. Locke
At half-past five she started for the offices again, sleepless and undecided.Essays in Rebellion|Henry W. Nevinson
Her eyes shone bigger; her eyelids showed a dark shadow as if she had spent a sleepless night.Two banks of the Seine|Fernand Vandrem