sleep before midnight, assumed to be necessary for one’s beauty.
any extra sleep.
It’s past twelve, I tell you, and you had ought to be in bed gettin’ your beauty sleep.
Drusilla with a Million Elizabeth Cooper
I hope your sister hasn’t finished her beauty sleep by this time.
The World Peril of 1910 George Griffith
The landlord of the “White Boar” was one of those men who need a beauty sleep.
Mike P. G. Wodehouse
He had not known that the lady had just awakened from her beauty sleep.
‘Firebrand’ Trevison Charles Alden Seltzer
Gang awa to the land o’ Nod, and dinna spoil your beauty sleep, young leddies.
Two Knapsacks John Campbell
“You’re missing your beauty sleep, Stokes,” we heard our Viking remark.
New Treasure Seekers E. (Edith) Nesbit
They had the advantage of all “the beauty sleep,” which is said to come before midnight.
Liverpool a few years since James Aspinall
“We young folks must have our beauty sleep,” and she sent him away.
Dominie Dean Ellis Parker Butler
Duke: We does n’t want ter sit up late and lose our beauty sleep jest listenin’ to a speech.
Wappin’ Wharf Charles S. Brooks
She would want her beauty sleep for “The Amazons” to-morrow night.
The Story Of Julia Page Kathleen Norris
(informal) sleep, esp sleep before midnight
Sleep required to feel refreshed: Not tonight, honey. I need my beauty sleep
- Beauty spot
a tiny, molelike patch worn, usually on the face, as to set off the fairness of the skin. a mole or other dark mark on the skin. a place of exceptional scenic or architectural beauty: Montserrat is the beauty spot of the islands. Historical Examples The Gaelic Diarmid had similarly a beauty spot on his […]
- Beauty strip
a narrow forest corridor left uncut alongside a road or body of water.
- Beauty therapist
noun a person whose job is to carry out treatments to improve a person’s appearance, such as facials, manicures, removal of unwanted hair, etc
a city in and the capital of Oise, in NW France: 13th-century cathedral. a river in W Europe, flowing SW from S Belgium through N France to the Seine, near Paris. 186 miles (300 km) long. a department in N France. 2273 sq. mi. (5885 sq. km). Capital: Beauvais. Historical Examples One Canchon, bishop of […]