somnambulistically

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EtymologyEdit

somnambulistic +‎ -ally

AdverbEdit

somnambulistically (comparative more somnambulistically, superlative most somnambulistically)

  1. In somnambulistic fashion; as if sleepwalking.
    • 2009 July 26, Dave Kehr, “A Woman Repulsed, a Man Convulsed”, New York Times:
      When she isn’t tending to the corpselike patrons of the fashionable beauty parlor that employs her, she’s dodging the advances of a perfectly nice young man (John Fraser), arguing with her older sister and roommate, Helen (Yvonne Furneaux), about the unwelcome overnight presence of Helen’s lover (Ian Hendry) or walking somnambulistically through the streets.
Last modified on 4 March 2013, at 11:29