Definition of slumberland in English:



mass nounliterary, humorous
  • The state of being asleep.

    • ‘We slept just below the tide-line to let the water splash beneath us as we stargazed to slumberland.’
    • ‘Again the motion can help send a stubborn sleeper to slumberland.’
    • ‘He penned the last sentence and realised that Elissa had already slumbered off to slumberland.’
    • ‘A marketing ploy, perhaps, to help send people off to slumberland after chilling to the mix?’
    • ‘He was almost in slumberland when his phone started ringing.’
    • ‘On Wednesday nights she would stay awake until she heard a particular song and then she would slip quietly into peaceful slumberland.’