Definition of Reposeful

1. Adjective. Affording physical or mental rest. "She spent a restful night at home"

Exact synonyms: Relaxing, Restful
Similar to: Slumberous, Slumbrous
Derivative terms: Restfulness
Antonyms: Restless



Definition of Reposeful

1. a. Full of repose; quiet.

Definition of Reposeful

1. Adjective. Providing repose, restful. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Reposeful

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reposeful

reportorially
reportour
reports
repos
reposado
reposados
reposal
reposall
reposalls
reposals
reposance
repose
repose on
reposed
reposedly
reposeful (current term)
reposefully
reposefulness
reposefulnesses
reposer
reposers
reposes
reposest
reposeth
reposing
reposit
reposited
repositing
reposition
repositionable

Literary usage of Reposeful

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1. The English Village Church: Exteriors and Interiorsby Alfred Hopkins by Alfred Hopkins (1921)
"At Kingsey (Plate 67), we give the only classical building in our selection, but it is a dignified and reposeful structure and shows what may be done in the ..."

2. Jack London and Hawaii by Charmian London (1918)
"The last, slow, dying cadence left one with a reposeful sense of fulfilment, and none broke this dreamy repose by clapping for an encore. ..."

3. The Esoteric: A Magazine of Advanced and Practical Esoteric Thought edited by Hiram Erastus Butler (1889)
"(1) Normal or reposeful. Normal or reposeful breathing is that which should ... It is upon proper reposeful breathing that we depend for good digestion, ..."

4. Your Forces, and how to Use Them by Prentice Mulford (1890)
"But what is of far more importance in this reposeful, deliberate, and, it may be added ... When you are in the current of reposeful, pleasure-giving effort, ..."

5. Your Forces and how to Use Them by Prentice Mulford (1890)
"A gentle reposeful outlay of force will often bring rest to a mind, •which without it will be ... So there is rest in a certain kind of reposeful effort. ..."

6. Harmonic Gymnastics and Pantomimic Expression by Marion Lowell (1895)
"Expression: Simple, reposeful impersonal regard of superior. Second Attitude. Action: Head normally erect, eyes direct and lowered. ..."

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