sleep like a baby/log

Definition of sleep like a baby/log


  1. :  to sleep very well

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  the natural periodic suspension of consciousness during which the powers of the body are restored — compare REM sleep, slow-wave sleep

    :  a state resembling sleep: such as

    :  a state of torpid inactivity

  1. :  to rest in a state of sleep

    :  to be in a state (as of quiescence or death) resembling sleep

    :  to be slumbering in

  1. :  an extremely young child

    :  infant

    :  an extremely young animal

  1. :  of, relating to, or being an extremely young child

    :  much smaller than the usual

  1. :  to tend to indulge with often excessive or inappropriate care and solicitude

    :  to use or treat with care

  1. :  a usually bulky piece or length of a cut or fallen tree

    :  a length of a tree trunk ready for sawing and over six feet (1.8 meters) long

    :  an apparatus for measuring the rate of a ship's motion through the water that consists of a block fastened to a line and run out from a reel

  1. :  to cut (trees) for lumber

    :  to make a note or record of :  enter details of or about in a log

    :  to move (an indicated distance) or attain (an indicated speed) as noted in a log

  1. :  logarithm

  1. : logic

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a brief usually trivial fact

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