Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The sun was hot and the air was drowsed by the hum of insects.

After this he drowsed off again into a half torpor of sleep and exhaustion.

Several times he drowsed forward, and almost fell into the fire.

She half closed her eyes, half opened her lips, smiled and drowsed and waited.

The tempestuous session had worn her and drowsed her alertness.

Fatigue bore so heavily upon Becky that she drowsed off to sleep.

There were no beds; and we drowsed and slept wherever we thought the floor softest.

I threw my head back, in the large chair in which I was resting, and drowsed.

His eyes—not quite so bloodshot this morning—were drowsed with quiet thought.

She got a chair-car after that, but, having got into the way of it, drowsed again.