unrefreshed


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unrefreshed

(ˌʌnrɪˈfrɛʃt)
adj
not refreshed or rejuvenated; fatigued
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Adj.1.unrefreshed - not rested or refreshed;
tired - depleted of strength or energy; "tired mothers with crying babies"; "too tired to eat"
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I was dazed, dreamy, wretched, seedy, unrefreshed. I recognized the occasion of all this: it was that torrent.
I had the wildest dreams concerning him, and woke unrefreshed; I woke, too, to recover the fear which I had lost in the night, of his being found out as a returned transport.
I was weaker than I knew then; and, not falling asleep until the sun was up, lay late, and unrefreshed, next day.
I could almost feel on me the weight of his unrefreshed, motionless stare, the stare of a man who lies unwinking in the dark, angrily passive in the toils of disastrous thoughts.
Mr Verloc returning from the Continent at the end of ten days, brought back a mind evidently unrefreshed by the wonders of foreign travel and a countenance unlighted by the joys of home-coming.
Do you know that insomniacs feel unrefreshed because they cannot sleep - affecting our mood, health, work performance and our level of energy.
Adults with sleep apnea are fatigued and unrefreshed, causing their bodies to break down as the cells become slowly malnourished.
She woke unrefreshed approximately three times per week.
Banish stress for a better night's sleep " As a result, Dr Glass explains that you're often left feeling unrefreshed, grouchy and exhausted during the day.
Banish stressfor better night's sleep " As a result, Dr Glass explains that you're often left feeling unrefreshed, grouchy and exhausted during the day.
* Pain and symptoms over the previous week, based on the total number of painful areas out of 19 parts of the body, plus the level of severity of fatigue, waking feeling unrefreshed, cognitive (memory or thought) problems, and the number of other general physical symptoms.