Sentence for sleeping | Use sleeping in a sentence

Sleeping used in sentences. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use sleeping in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for sleeping.

  • She might be sleeping. (10)
  • And sleeping he dreamed. (1)
  • You was sleeping as quiet! (9)
  • She seemed to be sleeping. (12)
  • Evan found him sleeping soundly. (10)
  • She could not bear sleeping dogs. (8)
  • I had been sleeping when you rang. (12)
  • Ipley, meantime, was not sleeping. (10)
  • Is it sometimes dead, or sleeping? (10)
  • Who can look at you and be blind to passion sleeping! (10)
  • About her, sleeping, was a kind of beauty. (8)
  • I understand he was sleeping in your cottage. (8)
  • But she struck on a sleeping day of his travels. (10)
  • His second impulse therefore was to let sleeping dogs lie. (8)
  • It was late at night, but they did not think of sleeping. (12)
  • Labourdemont knocked at the door of the sleeping chamber. (12)
  • By these feet Xanthe quickly recognized the sleeping youth. (5)
  • She did not stir, but her mother knew she was not sleeping. (9)
  • He has wandered down on his way here, sleeping in cottages. (10)
  • He has wandered down on his way here, sleeping in cottages. (22)
  • There is no gradation like that between waking and sleeping. (7)
  • I have something at my heart that prevents me from sleeping. (10)
  • He passed a tramp family still sleeping, huddled all together. (8)
  • His principal anxiety was about my finding sleeping quarters. (10)
  • Sleeping or waking, my head has been full of this matter all night. (4)
  • Haply that Sacrifice is sleeping now, And dreams of glad tomorrows. (10)
  • Man or maid sleeping in the open air provokes your tiptoe curiosity. (10)
  • Emilia pleaded for her sleeping pair, that they might not be disturbed. (10)
  • She lies in bed, her eyes shut or open, never sleeping, hears any mouse. (10)
  • She carried her off, still sleeping, and, locking her doors, got into bed. (8)
  • Softly she went into the small room in which Niels Heinrich was sleeping. (12)
  • Better in prison, anyway, than sleeping out under archways in this weather. (8)
  • On a couch, beside her bed, Caroline lay sleeping, tired with a long watch. (10)
  • I pitched over one little bundle, right on to the figure of a sleeping woman. (10)
  • No stone shall be left standing, and no babe sleeping in that abandoned country. (8)
  • A door at this end led to the sleeping apartments of the West wing of the palace. (10)
  • Mrs. Waddy told me that he had adopted this system of sleeping for the last month. (10)
  • The Prince riding by descried it for a lanthorn, with an old man sleeping beside it. (8)
  • The tiny sleeping fingers uncurled and, like some little sea anemone, clutched round it. (8)
  • The second story of this building contained the sleeping apartments of the British agent. (18)
  • If instinct plays fantastical tricks when we are sleeping, let it be ever behind a curtain. (10)
  • This is going to be the second night of my sleeping away from my wife: I merely mention it. (10)
  • Its honey-pale light filtered down on every little shape of tree, and leaf, and sleeping flower. (8)
  • Now, it chanced that an old man sleeping in a hovel on a pallet of straw was, awakened by these cries. (8)
  • Through this earth fog there was moving a current from some distant point, touching the sleeping town. (13)
  • Then, slinking along the hedge, noiseless, unheard by my sleeping spaniel, I saw a tawny dog stealing by. (8)
  • But he woke early, as an elderly man is apt to do after broken slumbers, and left his wife still sleeping. (9)
  • Barbara was sleeping with her cheek on her hand, and her tawny hair, gathered back, streaming over the pillow. (8)
  • I respect dogs much in the domestic circle; but on the highway, or sleeping afield, I both detest and fear them. (2)
  • Her philosophy swallowed it in the lump, as the great serpent his meal; she hoped to digest it sleeping likewise. (10)
  • Many take advantage of the chance for a change and spend the night away from their accustomed sleeping apartments. (21)
  • It was still sleeping, drawing its tiny breaths peacefully, little dog-shivers passing every now and then over its face. (8)
  • Crossing the border silently in batches, each singled out his prey, some sleeping village, or mayhap an unsuspecting farm. (19)
  • I have heard people passing by night in sleeping cities; some of them sang; one, I remember, played loudly on the bagpipes. (2)
  • If in her face there were prayers, they had been said by Pepperells and Vassalls now sleeping in Massachusetts churchyards. (9)
  • The squire hastily bade Sewis see that the passages to the sleeping apartments were barred, and flung the great chain loose. (10)
  • They burst upon the sleeping, unsuspecting villagers in the middle of the night, killing many and taking numerous prisoners. (19)
  • From its sleeping body the supreme wistful spirit had emerged in dark loveliness, and was low-flying down there, tempting her. (8)
  • They travelled as expeditiously as possible, and, sleeping one night on the road, reached Longbourn by dinner time the next day. (4)
  • This day of slackened sails and a bright sleeping water kept the yachtsmen on land; there was a crowd to meet the morning boat. (10)
  • A double staircase, starting in the middle of the great central hall, met on a common landing, which led to the sleeping chambers. (18)
  • The watch on deck was busy bringing the sloop into stays and the men off watch were sleeping soundly in their hammocks below decks. (18)
  • He hardly dozed at all during his swift journey through the sleeping country; nor when he reached his room at Monkland did he go to bed. (8)
  • Testimony of a policeman that he had noticed the man Evan several times in Glove Lane, and twice moved him on from sleeping under that arch. (8)
  • For a moment he thought her alone; then behind her saw his brother in a sleeping suit, leaning against the wall, with arms crossed, watching. (8)
  • It seemed to be sleeping, so delicate and drowsy, having come in from the breathless dark, thinking, perhaps, that her whiteness was a light. (8)
  • The strain of sleeping in a moving train of cars at night and heavy hauling at day is tremendous, and strange, rough roads invite misfortune. (21)
  • Her bashful joys like serpents sting her tenderness to tears: Her hopes are sleeping eagles in the shining of the spheres; O beauty of the bride! (10)
  • Yet she succeeded controlling herself, and, without a word reply, preceded the harsh man into the sleeping room and silently, tearlessly, pointed the chest. (5)

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