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somnambulist

[ som-nam-byuh-list, suhm- ]
/ sɒmˈnæm byəˌlɪst, səm- /
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Definition of somnambulist

noun
a person who walks around, eats, or performs other motor acts while asleep; sleepwalker: I have slept on the march like a somnambulist, and I have slept standing up like a horse.
a person who seems to act without awareness, feeling, aim, or will: Most people go through much of their lives as somnambulists, unaware of themselves and unquestioning of their environment.
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OTHER WORDS FROM somnambulist

som·nam·bu·lis·tic [som-nam-byuh-lis-tik, suhm-], /sɒmˌnæm byəˈlɪs tɪk, səm-/, adjectivesem·i·som·nam·bu·lis·tic, adjective
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