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sleepwalk

(slēp′wôk′)
intr.v. sleep·walked, sleep·walking, sleep·walks
To walk or perform other motor acts while asleep; somnambulate.

sleep′walk′er n.
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Finally, I should explode the myth about waking up a sleepwalker.
A neighbour's dog was disturbed by the noise and woke his owner who saw the sleepwalker bleeding in a crumpled heap on the concrete path.
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Finally, there is no truth in the belief that it's dangerous to wake a sleepwalker.
Allegra Kent, the legendary ballerina who was unforgettable as the Sleepwalker, coaches three dancers from Miami City Ballet in tire role.
A TEENAGE sleepwalker was rescued after being found fast asleep on the arm of a 130ft crane, police said.
Try to imagine sleeping in a room of 10 girls full of snorers, sleep-talkers and the odd sleepwalker.
Enter Luke Sleepwalker who asked,``Beam them up Spotty'' which presented the Chuckle Brothers with the chance to get mileage out of any combinations of spotty, snotty and botty.
A 77-YEAR-OLD Florida sleepwalker went for a midnight stroll and got stuck in a muddy pond full of alligators.
The four new titles -- The Kinks Present A Soap Opera, Schoolboys In Disgrace, Sleepwalker and Misfits -- chronicle a fascinating transitional period in the band's history.
The tender touch LISBEE STAINTON Go HHH Lisbee's third album unfurls rich layers of wintry melancholy and blossoming maturity in songs such as the harmonically-detailed Sleepwalker.