noctambulist

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noc·tam·bu·lism

 (nŏk-tăm′byə-lĭz′əm) also noc·tam·bu·la·tion (-tăm′byə-lā′shən)
[noct(i)- + Latin ambulāre, to walk + -ism.]

noc·tam′bu·list n.
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Noun1.noctambulist - someone who walks about in their sleepnoctambulist - someone who walks about in their sleep
sleeper, slumberer - a rester who is sleeping
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Roads, garden-paths, the house-fronts, the barton-walls were warm as hearths, and reflected the noontime temperature into the noctambulist's face.
15, reported that the spectators comprised 'the usual crowd of noctambulists, streetwalkers, and disreputable characters of all kinds'.