Definition of Sleepyheaded
1. Adjective. Ready to fall asleep. "Sleepyheaded students"
Lexicographical Neighbors of Sleepyheaded
Literary usage of Sleepyheaded
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal of a tour to Waterloo and Paris, in company with sir Walter Scott by John Scott (1842)
""I told you, my man, to make sure to have me up, as I am the most sleepyheaded fellow in' the world."—" Well, sir, I assure you I did all I could," replied ..."
2. For Maryland's Honor: A Story of the War for Southern Independence by Lloyd Tilghman Everett, Christopher Publishing House (1922)
"... after his late retirement the night before—leaving the sleepyheaded Chad to take another nap after excusing himself from accepting his chum's invitation ..."