sleep late

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Verb1.sleep late - sleep later than usual or customary; "On Sundays, I sleep in"
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For instance, Alexandra Ivanovna liked to sleep late, and was always dreaming, though her dreams had the peculiarity of being as innocent and naive as those of a child of seven; and the very innocence of her dreams annoyed her mother.
Another 30 percent would prefer to sleep late and enjoy breakfast in bed made by their significant other and children.
Since they sleep late, they wake up late and hence miss the breakfast," says Dr Sharma.
In fact, I run between 10km and 12km during a match and that is why after having played, I tend to go to sleep late.
He died peacefully in his sleep late on Christmas Eve covered by his Spider–Man blanket and toys.
After staying up well past midnight for Christmas Eve Mass at my home parish in Minnesota, I'm always determined to sleep late the next morning.
Unfortunately, some of this research has spawned a myth that teenagers are biologically predestined to stay up late and sleep late, and there's nothing we can do about it.
The Mexican answered, "I sleep late, fish a little, play with my children, take siesta with my wife, stroll into the village each evening where I sip wine and play guitar with my amigos.
Washington, June 4 ( ANI ): A new study has revealed that people who sleep late at night tend to spend more time sitting and are less motivated to continue an exercise schedule.
The couple accepts the job, Helen feeling that "I'm getting paid to sleep late and sit on the beach," and Phil that he can get paid while sitting drinking beer with some guys on the beach trying to gain their confidence and information, seemingly a win-win situation.
On New Year's night children are expected to sleep late.
Almost all of them say 'yes, since I sleep late, I get up late'.