sleep late

sleep late
sleep later than usual or customary

On Sundays, I sleep in

Syn: ↑sleep in
Hypernyms: ↑sleep, ↑kip, ↑slumber, ↑log Z's, ↑catch some Z's
Verb Frames:

Somebody ——s

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