OTHER WORDS FROM slumberousslum·ber·ous·ly, adverbslum·ber·ous·ness, nounun·slum·brous, adjective
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How to use slumberous in a sentence
There is a slumberous Southern fire in the Mexican girls' eyes and love.Mexico|Charles Reginald Enock
At nightfall the village and its surrounding meadows soon become slumberous.The Cornwall Coast|Arthur L. Salmon
The sun had been shining in their eyes, and the place looked very slumberous in the white hazy glory of a northern day.
A solemn slumberous reverberation heard at intervals split the dull general roar apart.
Eustacia's manner was as a rule of a slumberous sort, her passions being of the massive rather than the vivacious kind.Return of the Native|Thomas Hardy