|sleepwalking, act of walking while asleep||somnambulation|
|(Law) loitering while walking||mopery|
|(Slang) asleep, sleeping||dead to the world|
|ability to adhere, be unable to move, bombs falling on target at intervals, boring person, branch cut or broken from a tree or bush; long slender piece of wood; something which resembles a stick; staff, walking stick, cane, cannabis cigarette, criticis...||stick|
|able to walk, for walking, of walking, strolling, striding, taking steps, moving along; of striding, of moving along||walking|
|abnormal fear of falling asleep||hypnophobia|
|accepted as standard, act of leaving, conditions for progress, conditions under foot, existing, existing; thriving, succeeding; operating, working; current; common, successful, walking; departing; dying; exiting; movement; progress||going|
|act as an usher, escort; guide, direct; introduce, act as usher, doorkeeper, escort or seat somebody, officer walking before somebody of rank, one who directs people to their reserved seats; doorkeeper, somebody who seats people||usher|
|act in stated way, act of treading, crush, dance steps, depth of grooves on a tire surface, form a path, horizontal part of a step, outer surface of a tire, part of shoe that touches the ground, walk, stride; step on, stepping, walking; sound of walkin...||tread|
|act of grinding or fine chopping; preparation of mincemeat; hesitant or restrained speech; speech or behavior that is affected or unnaturally courteous; walking with dainty steps, overly dainty||mincing|
|act of scuffing, flat shoe, mark from scraping or rubbing, poke the foot, scrape feet while walking, scrape or rub, scratching or scraping sound; act of scratching or scraping; flat-heeled slipper that covers only the toes; abrasion, scratch mark, mark...||scuff|
|act of talking while asleep||somniloquy|
|act of walking around, act of going around||circumambulation|
|act of walking while asleep, somnambulism||sleepwalking|
|act or instance of walking in shallow water, cross with difficulty; proceed slowly and with difficulty; walk in water, walk through any substance that impedes motion (snow, etc.)||wade|
|alert, not sleeping, arouse feelings, arouse somebody, aware of something, become or make somebody aware, emerge from sleep, not asleep, wake, arouse (someone); be woken up, be aroused (i.e. from sleep)||awake|
|almost asleep, causing sleepiness, sleepy, tired; restful, soporific, sluggish||drowsy|
|animal that walks on its toes, walking on the toes, walking only on the toes of the feet (as in four-footed animals)||digitigrade|
|any of a number of crustaceans having five pairs of walking legs; grouch, bad-tempered person||crab|
|appease, calm, pacify, soothe; cause to fall asleep; cause to feel a false sense of security; become quiet, subside, become calm, make somebody feel safe, period of calm, soothe or calm somebody, temporary interval of calm (often during a storm, noisy ...||lull|
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