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somnolent
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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • An empty glass stood on a table before him, which, with his somnolent condition and a very strong smell of brandy and water, forewarned the visitor that Mr Squeers had been seeking, in creature comforts, a temporary forgetfulness of his unpleasant situation.

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  • She argues that the organization has grown somnolent and needs shaking up.
  • the sound had a somnolent effect

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