How To Use Shuteye In A Sentence

  • While I had hoped to sleep for most of the flight, I was too excited for shuteye. Natalie Bahadur: Three Nights in Bangkok
  • Six in ten reckon the quality of their shuteye makes them look better. The Sun
  • Whether it's just a quick doze or a nap that lasts through the majority of the feature, any kind of shuteye is a frustration for the moviegoer. Christopher Campbell's The Moviegoer - Asleep at the Reel «
  • There is no more luxurious way to get some shuteye on a long-haul flight. Times, Sunday Times
  • They would get themselves some shuteye and head down to the park in the morning. Welcome to the Occupation
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  • Lack of shuteye increased sadness, anger and sleepiness, but reduced energy. The Sun
  • At least that's according to a study released Monday in the journal Pediatrics, which found that children haven't been getting the recommended hours of shuteye for at least a century. Challenging 100 Years of Sleep Guidelines for Children
  • Sometimes they are even forced to move rooms to get some serious shuteye. The Sun
  • The skin renewal and repair processes are at their most intense when you're getting some shuteye. Times, Sunday Times
  • These days, its booming economy has many Brazilians working long hours in high-stress jobs, which has given rise to a new kind of business: selling space to get some shuteye. Brazilian Companies Capitalize On Power Naps
  • No wonder the man can't get any shuteye. Times, Sunday Times
  • It tracks how many hours of shuteye you're getting each night too. Times, Sunday Times
  • At this point I kick my grouchy husband out of his own bed to sleep on the couch where he can get some uninterrupted shuteye. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grandmothers
  • In one half 2,500 chickens would live for 39 days, with 30 minutes' shuteye every 24 hours. Times, Sunday Times
  • If you're expecting comfy beds and eight blissful hours of shuteye, you'll be disappointed. The Sun
  • The key is in the length of shuteye. Times, Sunday Times

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