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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Twenty minutes later, a groggy Dexter woke from sedation.
They are particularly unaggressive at this time of year - unless you happen to step on them - so if you do find a groggy young female (wasp) in your house and you can't bear to let her stay, just carefully put her back outside to try and find room at another inn.
James wakes up feeling groggy and is suspicious about Emma's behaviour
Vaughan was left groggy and in need of a hospital check after the incident midway through the first half.
Not only is your quality of sleep after hitting "snooze" very low, but you may also enter a new sleep cycle that will be cut short when those 10 minutes are up, which can leave you feeling groggy throughout the day.
Apres plusieurs minutes de confusion et une grosse frayeur, Gusev finit par se relever, groggy, et sort sur civiere.
The other fella milked it and was still groggy at six, so they kept him in.
As an allergist, I'm often addressing my patients' concerns about treating their allergy symptoms with a medicine that can relieve their symptoms quickly and doesn't make them tired or groggy," comments Dr.
He was a bit groggy this morning and still in quite a lot of pain, but I talked to the consultant who said it [the operation] was a success.
Pilot of fatal Air India Express crash may have been still groggy from en-route sleeping .
He's all groggy and he goes down to buy some coffee and he reaches into his pocket and all he has is Monopoly money.
It proved wonderful for building hollow figures: it was a plastic, groggy clay body that was forgiving enough for the most amateur handbuilder.
2001: A lizard survived a six-day tripfromAmericatoBirmingham in a barrel of beer, apparently he was a bit groggy when he emerged
Whenever the high notes arenCOt feeling that high or in the morning youCOre groggy, you snort salt water up your nose.
Treatment-emergent somnolence included reports of daytime sleepiness, drowsiness, being drowsy upon awakening, excessive daytime sleepiness, a feeling of residual sleepiness, groggy, groggy and sluggish, groggy on awakening, hard to awaken, less alert on rising, sleepiness, sleepy, and somnolence.