Definition of dozy in English:

dozy

Syllabification: do·zy
Pronunciation: /ˈdōzē
 
/

adjective (dozier, doziest)

Derivatives

dozily

adverb
More example sentences
  • I slept only fitfully until about 4am, then solidly until 7, then dozily until after 8.
  • Megan sighed and replied dozily, ‘I'll just wake up early in the morning and finish both our work.’
  • I mumbled as I looked dozily up at my homeroom teacher's desk.

doziness

noun
More example sentences
  • Further study might usefully consider a correlation between the constant sending of pesky emails and doziness, lethargy and the inability to focus.
  • I was to be found reclining, carefree and contentment itself, clutching a filigree glass of the finest port and allowing the soothing tones to lull me into doziness.
  • This afternoon, for instance, I was slouching here on my futon when I felt more than the doziness that I've had all day, an actual feeling that I could very well go to sleep now.

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