- s quiet and tranquil
a slumberous June morning
- s inclined to or marked by drowsiness
slumberous (or slumbrous) eyes
- New immigrants try to cash in on the country's plight In Salisbury, the balmy, slumberous capital of Rhodesia, the question these days is not whether the blacks will.
- After a slumberous afternoon in which the gallery attendants glared at dozers, the bill came to passage.
- None of the songs on Spice, from the slumberous ballad 2 Become 1 to the bass-heavy party jam Something Kinda Funny, come across as deeply felt; they all seem designed to amuse .