Usage examples for sleepy

  1. Good night, you sleepy little soul! – Indian Summer by William D. Howells
  2. I was so sleepy I went to my room and lay down. – Real Ghost Stories by William T. Stead
  3. But now go to bed, for I am sleepy; we made a night of it. – Footsteps of Fate by Louis Couperus
  4. Without doubt we " started something" in the sleepy village. – A Daughter of the Middle Border by Hamlin Garland
  5. Besides, I am very sleepy, and so, good night! – Dramatic Reader for Lower Grades by Florence Holbrook
  6. A startled sleepy voice answered. – Black Oxen by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
  7. I began to feel sleepy and weary of discussion. – The Darling and Other Stories by Anton Chekhov
  8. Bitterly did many sleepy soldiers curse him, for at three o'clock every morning they were forced to get up and stand at arms until broad daylight. – Raiding with Morgan by Byron A. Dunn
  9. It's long past your sleepy time. – The Curlytops on Star Island by Howard R. Garis
  10. Not getting sleepy, I hope. – Foes in Ambush by Charles King
  11. And after supper the six little Bunkers were too tired and sleepy to do anything except go to bed. – Six Little Bunkers at Grandpa Ford's by Laura Lee Hope
  12. But she soon found that she was very sleepy, and as she had nothing better to do she lay down and instantly fell asleep. – The Blue Fairy Book by Various
  13. Isn't it a sleepy day?" – Bolanyo by Opie Percival Read
  14. So this is old Sleepy? – The Young Alaskans on the Missouri by Emerson Hough
  15. She was apparently far from sleepy, and she was quite contented where she was, she told him. – Soldiers of Fortune by Richard Harding Davis
  16. Oh, no; but I shall be tired and sleepy. – Littlebourne Lock by F. Bayford Harrison
  17. Once in their rooms they found themselves too sleepy for conversation and five minutes after their lights were out they were fast asleep. – Grace Harlowe's First Year at Overton College by Jessie Graham Flower
  18. Well, dear, you are in Sleepy Land now. – Our Young Folks at Home and Abroad by Various
  19. He took his number and key from the sleepy clerk in the office, and made his way upstairs to Venner's bedroom. – The Mystery of the Four Fingers by Fred M. White
  20. He had not slept but he was not sleepy. – The Lost Wagon by James Arthur Kjelgaard