dozy

[ doh-zee ]SEE DEFINITION OF dozy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOZY

His ancestors were Sleepyheads on his mother's side, and Dozy Pates on his father's side.

It was to be judged that the stuffy air of the car made her dozy.

Then came the hour of half-sleep, a true “dozy hour,” as Thackeray said.

All day my cats were indoors, dozy, sociable, and contented.

I was in that dozy state, half asleep, when nothing is quite clear.

Doze she did, for it was a warm, dozy afternoon, and the boat was running swiftly and smoothly with the tide.

Ibn Hazm was, says Dozy, "a strict Moslem, averse to judging divine questions by human reasoning."

He felt cosy and dozy, full of mushrooms inside and covered with hay and feathers outside.

So ugly the time'll come you can't stand for 'em any more than you can stand for the dozy life around here now.

Dozy regards Count Julian as an authentic historical figure though both his rank and authority are undefined.

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