groggy


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Synonyms for groggy

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

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It proved wonderful for building hollow figures: it was a plastic, groggy clay body that was forgiving enough for the most amateur handbuilder.
She could recall nothing until she awoke the next morning, feeling groggy and disoriented.
Groggy Marti even bid against himself to buy a Rover Metro car auctioned by fund-raising organisers.
Vet Fran Baird, who joined the chase, said: "The pig will be a bit groggy for a few days but he will make a full recovery.
Professor Lack, of Flinders University, Adelaide, said sleeping in can put your body clock back by 45-minutes leaving people feeling groggy on Monday morning.
The third woman, Carey ``Doe,'' testified she and Luster also met at a Santa Barbara bar and that she became groggy after drinking from a glass of ice water the defendant gave her.
CECH is out for the count (main pic) after being caught by Hunt' CUDICINI is carried off after being whacked by Sonko (left)' BAD MOVE: Referee Riley orders groggy Cech to crawl off the pitch after the keeper suffered an horrific injury' TERRY: Third keeper' HILARIO: Big chance
Her son, George Shanks, later saw his mum and said: "She was groggy and there was a smattering of blood on her head.
Interviewed a few days later, Ned Bellamy, another founding member, is groggy during a noon telephone interview.
He came around but he was still groggy at half-time so we took him off.
She was unconscious and groggy and wouldn't wake up.
Pete, 45, the RSPB's Scottish conservation manager, was able to lower groggy Geoff down the face before they were helped to safety by the Lochaber Mountain Rescue Team.
Worried manager Martin O'Neill said: "He was still very groggy and sore today, but it is early yet.
She was still pretty groggy, but she wanted him to know she was thinking about him, and looking forward to seeing him.
CHRIS Thorman doesn't remember being hit by St Helens' Jon Wilkin - because he was already groggy from an earlier challenge.