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  • n  a light fitful sleep
  • v  sleep lightly or for a short period of time
  • v  be on the verge of sleeping

  • NBC, with a presentation about halfway between CBS's dazzle and ABC's drowse (and with a stadium-type Scoreboard that was maddeningly difficult to read) ran its now customary .
  • Some in the audience were already beginning to drowse under the somniferous spell of Marxist platitudes when the chairman of the meeting suddenly barked: "We have an important .
  • When Franklin Roosevelt let "Uncle Dan" Roper drowse on at Commerce for almost six years, it was apparent that he did not take very seriously the job which Herbert Hoover made one .

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