groggy

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Synonyms for groggy

Synonyms for groggy

stunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or drunkenness or exhaustion)

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Although not KO'd, Robinson carried on until half-time - despite being helped off the pitch groggily (he refused the stretcher) when medical wisdom dictated he could play no further part.
After four minutes' treatment Robinson got groggily to his feet and, spurning a stretcher, hobbled off, an arm draped round Dr Mike Stone for support.
Even groggily, your day will benefit from some positive thinking first thing.
And within a couple of minutes of the kick-off, Luke Charteris became yet another casualty, walking off groggily after taking Scott Higginbotham's shoulder flush on the jaw in flying up to make a tackle.
We touched down in Brisbane, Queensland, just a few hours before, grabbed a couple of hours' kip and then made our way groggily to the coast, pitching up at the sedate, suburban playground of Manly.
The commuters simply stepped over her until she eventually, groggily, got to her feet herself.
Sunday morning, the sunlight streaming though the curtains of the hotel rooms found many tired faces groggily trying to wipe the sleep from their eyes.
But Richard was knocked down by a left hook in the 11th round and the referee signalled the finish when he groggily got to his feet.
trucks delivering airport construction materials lumbered by as I groggily checked out at the Avis rental office.
They do have some tricky hurdles to negotiate yet, though, including a home encounter with Bolton, and the loss of Clark, who was groggily helped off after trying to continue following an accidental clash with Patrice Evra, did not help matters.
The weary man catching only the last part groggily stands up, only to find that he's the only one standing.
He raps over them groggily, with the kind of heavy-lidded charisma you expect from a handsome stoner.
Wardell peels the covering off one little bee, who stirs groggily in protest.
For the last half hour she'd been complaining groggily about a series of minor grievances--her lack of decent coffee this morning, my poor navigational decisions, the musty funk that had settled into the car over the last two days of driving--but suddenly, now that we'd stumbled onto the owl, her mood seemed to shift upward by degrees.
April, recovering from knee surgery, groggily answered a request from a reunion website and was rooked into paying $60 because "someone from your past wants to contact you.