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wakeless

[ weyk-lis ]
/ ˈweɪk lɪs /
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adjective
(of sleep) sound; deep: He lay in wakeless sleep.
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Origin of wakeless

First recorded in 1815–25; wake1 + -less
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British Dictionary definitions for wakeless

wakeless
/ (ˈweɪklɪs) /

adjective
(of sleep) deep or unbroken
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