Definition of Sleep-learning

1. Noun. Teaching during sleep (as by using recordings to teach a foreign language to someone who is asleep).

Exact synonyms: Hypnopedia
Generic synonyms: Instruction, Pedagogy, Teaching



Lexicographical Neighbors of Sleep-learning

sleekest
sleekier
sleekiest
sleeking
sleekings
sleekit
sleekly
sleekness
sleeknesses
sleeks
sleeky
sleep
sleep-at-noon
sleep-debt
sleep-induced apnea
sleep-learning (current term)
sleep apnea
sleep apnea syndrome
sleep apnea syndromes
sleep apnoea
sleep debt
sleep deprivation
sleep disorder
sleep disorders
sleep dissociation
sleep drunkenness
sleep epilepsy
sleep in
sleep late

Literary usage of Sleep-learning

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Bentley's Miscellany by Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith (1843)
"At midnight's solemn hour, when, hushed in sleep, Learning from slumber how 'tis sweet to die! I love my vigils of the heart to keep ; They who have ..."

2. Bookless Lessons for the Teacher-mother by Ella Frances Lynch (1922)
"... it they get excited, cross, too tired to be refreshed by sleep. Learning to play alone is a conquest over self. It throws one upon his own resources. ..."

3. The Student's Roman Empire: A History of the Roman Empire from Its by John Bagnell Bury (1893)
"Having observed this command for some time, they began to neglect their watches, and gave themselves up to the enjoyment of wine and sleep. Learning this ..."

4. Okay, Girls by Helen Gilbert (2006)
"Comradeship and fun, exhaustion and good sleep. Learning to share. Previously, I'd always had my own room and my own things. Now it was '"ours," not "mine. ..."

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