semicoma

NOUN
  1. a mild comatose state; a coma from which the person can be roused by appropriate stimuli
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  • The self-willed semicoma she fell into at the start of her shift—which lasted through every shopping item she swiped and every receipt she tore out of the till—suddenly left her and she’d felt strangely alive. The Redleys
  • Sleep --" he made the soothing suggestion over and over and felt the other begin to relax, to sink into the semicoma in which he must rest for at least another day. Star Born
  • Slumped on cushions, semicomatose after their evening meal, they congratulate themselves on managing to escape the middle-class ritual. Times, Sunday Times
  • Older classification systems relied on descriptive terms such as obtundation (diminished pain or touch sensations), stupor, semicoma, etc. Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • I was entering a state of semicoma when I looked up and saw the stewardess and a small intruder standing there. Going Home Alone, Too
  • The infection quickly choked off blood flow to her extremities and her right optic nerve, and she lapsed into a semicoma that lasted two weeks. The Urban Grind
  • It was once a semicomatose retirement haven. Times, Sunday Times
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