Hibernation [noun]

Definition of Hibernation:

suspension of consciousness

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Sentence/Example of Hibernation:

The big man wheeled around like a bear aroused from hibernation.

It's more of a coma, something like the hibernation of a bear or a possum.

Indeed it was what it seemed—War emerging from his hibernation and waking up to kill again.

The bat's secret appears to be that he is not the bird-mammal, but the mammal-insect: economy of tissue, hibernation.

There have been many singular popular notions about the hibernation of various animals.

They probably had retired to deep subterranean hibernation sites.

Such individuals possibly breed in the summer following their first hibernation, when they are a year old or a little more.

For those recaptured in their second year, after one hibernation, length averaged 30.92 mm.

Those metamorphosed in early summer may attain minimum adult size before hibernation which begins in October.

For more than half the year, mid-October to early May the frogs are normally in hibernation.