Definition of Insomniacs

1. Noun. (plural of insomniac) ¹



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Definition of Insomniacs

1. insomniac [n] - See also: insomniac

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Insomniacs

insoluble
insoluble soap
insolubleness
insolublenesses
insolubles
insolubly
insolvable
insolvably
insolvated
insolvencies
insolvency
insolvent
insolvents
insomnia
insomniac
insomniacs (current term)
insomnias
insomnious
insomnolence
insomnolences
insomnolent
insomuch
insonate
insonation
insonicate
insonicated
insonication
insonify
insonorous
insooth

Literary usage of Insomniacs

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1. Common Diseases by Woods Hutchinson (1913)
"CHAPTER XVII INSOMNIA AND insomniacs r MHE choicest gifts of the Gods come unsought, and JL by strange irony of fate, the more eagerly we seek them, ..."

2. Harmful Non-Indigenous Species in the United States (1994)
"1999) showed that in the controlled conditions of the sleep laboratory insomniacs were more likely to select a disguised alcohol drink before bedtime than ..."

3. Strategy Development Workshop on Sleep Education: Summary Report edited by Barbara J. Fink, Susan T. Shero (1995)
"Most insomniacs do not seek medical treatment for their sleep difficulty. Only 5 percent of insomniacs seek medical treatment specifically for insomnia, ..."

4. American Public Health Protection by Henry Bixby Hemenway, Edwin Frederick Bowers, Mary Sewall Gardner (1916)
"Many insomniacs of a vegetative turn of mind and body lie awake at night because they haven't been sufficiently awake by day. This is also true of those of ..."

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