Adjective: rested re-stid
Verb: rest rest
- Not tired; refreshed as by sleeping or relaxing
"came back rested from her vacation"
- Not move; be in a resting position
- Take a short break from one's activities in order to relax
- breathe, catch one's breath, take a breather
- Give a rest to
"He rested his bad leg"; "Rest the dogs for a moment"
- Have a place in relation to something else
"The responsibility rests with the Allies";
- Be at rest
- Be in the same place or state for an extended period of time
- stay, remain
- Be inherent or innate in;
- reside, repose
- Put something in a resting position, as for support or steadying
"Rest your head on my shoulder"
- Sit, as on a branch
"The birds rested high in the tree";
- perch, roost
- Rest on or as if on a pillow
"rest your head";
- Be inactive, refrain from acting
"The committee is resting over the summer"
Sounds like: rests, wrested, w
See also: fresh, invigorated, lively, refreshed, reinvigorated, rest on, untired, unwearied, unweary
Type of: attach to, be, break, inhere in, intermit, lay, pause, place, pose, position, put, recline, recumb, repose, set, sit, sit down
Antonym: be active, tired
Encyclopedia: Rest, VA