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wakeful

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwakefulwake‧ful /ˈweɪkfəl/ adjective literary  a) WAKE UP/GET UPnot sleeping or unable to sleep She lay wakeful in her room for most of the night. b) WAKE UP/GET UPa wakeful period of time is one when you cannot sleepwakefulness noun [uncountable]
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wakefulHe was much more restless than last night, and, despite sleeping drugs, much more wakeful.She had been up most of the night with a wakeful baby.His breathing was the forced, wakeful kind.The unhappiness Roman's suggestion had brought, combined with wakeful nights, had made her sleep too heavily.
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