- sleepy; heavy with drowsiness, as the eyelids.
- causing or inducing sleep.
- pertaining to, characterized by, or suggestive of slumber.
- inactive or sluggish; calm or quiet.
Origin of slumberous
Related Words for slumberousasleep, blah, comatose, dopey, drowsy, heavy, hypnotic, inactive, lethargic, listless, nodding, out, quiet, sleeping, slow, sluggish, somnolent, soporific, torpid, dozy
Examples from the Web for slumberous
Historical Examples of slumberous
The slumberous pup was on its feet standing alertly defiant.The Law-Breakers
The village was taking her back into its slumberous comfortableness.In a Little Town
There is a slumberous Southern fire in the Mexican girls' eyes and love.Mexico
Charles Reginald Enock
It was a neighbor, stopping his slumberous horse to leave a letter.Country Neighbors
If the War Office was too lively, this place was too slumberous by half.Alone
- sleepy; drowsy
- inducing sleep
- characteristic of slumber