Origin of somnambulism
Related formssom·nam·bu·list, nounsom·nam·bu·lis·tic, adjectivesem·i·som·nam·bu·lis·tic, adjective
Examples from the Web for somnambulist
But occasionally, a somnambulist has missed his footing, fallen, and perished.
Brimstone and phosphorus are said to have a pleasant scent to the somnambulist, but sometimes it appears completely abolished.
Her dark eyes were fixed on the despised view with a look of a somnambulist.The Carter Girls|Nell Speed
He approached but did not touch her, for he had heard that it was dangerous to awaken a somnambulist.The Invader|Margaret L. Woods
This the somnambulist, with closed eye, and trusting to the sense of feeling alone, does not recognize.