doze

(redirected from dozed off)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Related to dozed off: slept off
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • all
  • verb
  • noun
  • phrase

Synonyms for doze

Synonyms for doze

to sleep for a brief period

a brief sleep

Synonyms for doze

a light fitful sleep

Synonyms

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
Dubai: A tourist has been jailed for three months for using profane language and cursing Islam and Muslims when airport police woke him up after he dozed off in a drunken state near their office.
It was probably a very memorable experience for the journalist, who gave a more detailed account of how Nicki Minaj dozed off.
He left his keys and wallet at the foot of the stairs, dozed off -and when he woke up they were gone.
Lisa Riozzi, 45, dozed off while breastfeeding 17-dayold Chloe.
The survey of 4,000 people showed that 69 per cent of those who had actually dozed off at the wheel were overweight - a major cause of obstructive sleep apnoea.
The tragedy happened after Ross Millward, 26, dozed off on a couch with his ten-week-old daughter, Shania, lying on his chest.
The chief minister dozed off during a recent high- level meeting and dashed his head against the table before him.
Typically, Sid promptly dozed off after her ordeal in Leeds, West Yorks.
The 67-year-old man said he had briefly dozed off in his watchtower some 80 metresAa from where the car was parked, and upon waking up, thought the vehicle was wild game and shot at it.
airline pilots dozed off on a 45-minute hop from Honolulu to Hilo.
Kim Egerton, prosecuting, told the court the incident happened after the youngster dozed off.
Though Amaru had dozed off by then, Llorente said he'd soon be teaching his tiny son to turn a wrench.
1999: On a state visit to Seoul, Prince Philip dozed off during a speech by the Queen at a banquet.
Alther dozed off, drifted off the highway, and struck a guard rail, the Virginia State Police reported.
The survey of 1,083 people in Denmark revealed that 12% of Danish employees had fallen asleep at their desks, 6% dozed off during a meeting, and 3% said that they had visited the bathroom for a quick nap.