rested

adjective
rest·​ed | \ˈre-stəd \

Definition of rested 

: having had sufficient rest or sleep

Examples of rested in a Sentence

She appears rested and sharp. I want to be rested for the exam.

Recent Examples on the Web

Despite traveling for such a long time, the Duchess looks rested and chic, which is more than a feat. Amy Mackelden, Harper's BAZAAR, "Meghan Markle Looks Impossibly Chic After 22 Hours on a Plane," 14 Oct. 2018 England was the more rested team going into the semifinal, but Croatia looked more energetic in extra time. Sean Gregory, Time, "32 Teams Entered, 2 Remain. Your Ultimate Guide to the World Cup Final," 13 July 2018 The most rested entry is Gronkowski, having last run on March 30 in England. Beth Harris, The Seattle Times, "Justify bidding for rare Triple Crown sweep in Belmont," 8 June 2018 Due to rainouts, Coral Park’s ’77 team had to play Columbus and a rested Hialeah-Miami Lakes team in the same day during the single-elimination playoffs. Walter Villa, miamiherald, "Coral Park High baseball vets recall 1978, the year everything went right," 7 June 2018 A half-day later, Red Ruby looked like the most well-rested horse in the field. Jonas Shaffer, baltimoresun.com, "Red Ruby wins Black-Eyed Susan at Pimlico," 19 May 2018 Ownership took a hard look at whether or not to run another of its horses, a rested Quip, against Justify in the Preakness. baltimoresun.com, "It's early, but Belmont field beginning to take shape for shot at Triple Crown hopeful Justify," 21 May 2018 That's where a rested Francona seems to be right now. Terry Pluto, cleveland.com, "Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona has me ready for season -- Terry Pluto," 20 Jan. 2018 The Flyers, who are coming off a 3-2 overtime loss Tuesday in Dallas, and the rested Avs both have 90 points. Sam Carchidi, Philly.com, "Flyers-Avalanche preview: MVP candidates Claude Giroux, Nathan MacKinnon both need wins," 28 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of rested

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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rested

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English Language Learners Definition of rested

: having had enough rest or sleep

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