to sleep like a baby meaning?

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What's the meaning of "to sleep like a baby" idiom? Please give me some examples!

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Gerund Form of the Idiom:

Sleeping like a baby can be a sign of a clean conscience.
 
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Idiom Usage:

Although it is grammatically possible to say, "I am sleeping like a baby", it is physically very improbable that a person could or would say this while they are sleeping. **
 
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Idiom Definition:


"to sleep like a baby"
to sleep very well
to sleep peacefully
 
Synonyms:
coma, complete, completely, deep, deeply, oblivion, sleep, slumber, somnolence, sound, trance
 
 

This baby is literally sleeping like a baby. - - - - ->  a little blonde baby is sleeping peacefully.




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Idiom Scenario 2:


Paul awakes in the morning after having a fitful night.  Paul has been having bad dreams where giant pieces of junk food are chasing him and forcing him to eat them.   Paul had tossed and turned all night.  Paul is waking up and recovering from his bad dreams when the telephone rings.  It is his friend, Martha.  She asks Paul how he has slept.  Paul replies...
"I certainly did not sleep like a baby, thank you for asking."
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Idiom Scenario 1:


Ned and Grace wake up in the morning after having a deep and peaceful sleep.  Neither of them had awoken during the night.  Neither Ned nor Grace had had bad dreams.  Ned asks Grace how she has slept.  Grace replies...
"I slept like a baby."
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