There is not one faint nor feeble among them, no not a sluggish nor sleepery person.
None shall be weary nor stumble among them; none shall slumber nor sleep.
The King James Bible’s “slumber nor sleep” is a beautiful and memorable phrase that also appears in Psalm 121:4. Oddly, though the phrase used in the King James Bible may be found in Miles Coverdale’s 1539 Great Bible (in Matthew 25:5), Coverdale made a different, more colloquial sounding, decision for this passage in Isaiah. Geoffrey Chaucer uses the phrase “sluggish and slumbry” in his Canterbury Tales, written much earlier and first printed in 1477.