Definition of "slumbered" [slumbered]

  • (verb) Simple past tense and past participle of slumber.

Use "slumbered" in a sentence

  • "The clock flickered past 5: 00, and some part of my reptilian brain slumbered long enough for me to think, Gee, I've been doing this for five hours now."
  • "Then the idea slumbered in his mind for a few years, while he continued to make his own people restless with criticism, perhaps deserved, of their sluggishness, their pessimism, their party strife, and foreign peoples equally restless with phrases like "_nemo me impune lacessit_"; until the idea came suddenly to utterance in 1897, when, on seeing the figure of Neptune on a monument to the Emperor"
  • "Then the idea slumbered in his mind for a few years, while he continued to make his own people restless with criticism, perhaps deserved, of their sluggishness, their pessimism, their party strife, and foreign peoples equally restless with phrases like “nemo me impune lacessit”; until the idea came suddenly to utterance in"

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