groggy


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grog·gy

 (grŏg′ē)
adj. grog·gi·er, grog·gi·est
Unsteady and dazed; shaky.

[From grog.]

grog′gi·ly adv.
grog′gi·ness n.

groggy

(ˈɡrɒɡɪ)
adj, -gier or -giest
1. dazed or staggering, as from exhaustion, blows, or drunkenness
2. faint or weak
ˈgroggily adv
ˈgrogginess n

grog•gy

(ˈgrɒg i)

adj. -gi•er, -gi•est.
1. unsteady.
2. dazed and weakened.
[1760–70]
grog′gi•ly, adv.
grog′gi•ness, n.

groggy

- From grog, "spirits mixed with water," it first meant "intoxicated."
See also related terms for intoxicated.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.groggy - stunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or drunkenness or exhaustion)
lethargic, unenrgetic - deficient in alertness or activity; "bullfrogs became lethargic with the first cold nights"

groggy

adjective dizzy, faint, stunned, confused, reeling, shaky, dazed, wobbly, weak, unsteady, muzzy, stupefied, befuddled, punch-drunk, woozy (informal) She was still feeling a bit groggy when I saw her.
Translations
مُتَرَنِّح، سَكْران
nejistývratký
groggyomtåget
tántorgó
óstöîugur; ringlaîur
svirduliavimas
grīļīgsnedrošs
sendeleyensersemlemiş

groggy

[ˈgrɒgɪ] ADJ (groggier (compar) (groggiest (superl))) (from blow) → atontado; (from alcohol) → tambaleante (Boxing) → groggy, grogui
I feel a bit groggyestoy un poco mareado

groggy

[ˈgrɒgi] adjgroggy inv
to be groggy from sth → être groggy à cause de qch

groggy

adj (+er) (inf)angeschlagen (inf), → groggy pred inv (inf)

groggy

[ˈgrɒgɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (dazed) → stordito/a, intontito/a; (shaky) → malfermo/a, barcollante

groggy

(ˈgrogi) adjective
weak and walking unsteadily. I'm not seriously hurt – I just feel a bit groggy.
ˈgrogginess noun

groggy

a. atontado-a, vacilante, tambaleante.

groggy

adj mareado y débil (debido a una droga, falta de sueño, etc.)
References in classic literature ?
until I got groggy an' didn't know much of anything.
I'm that groggy I can't stand, but I just keep a-goin', wallopin' the Terror clear across the ring to his corner, where he slips an' falls, an' I fall on top of 'm.
All I know, Genevieve, is that you feel good in the ring when you've got the man where you want him, when he's had a punch up both sleeves waiting for you and you've never given him an opening to land 'em, when you've landed your own little punch an' he's goin' groggy, an' holdin' on, an' the referee's dragging him off so's you can go in an' finish 'm, an' all the house is shouting an' tearin' itself loose, an' you know you're the best man, an' that you played m' fair an' won out because you're the best man.
said Remarkable, rising with great indignation, and seizing a candle; “you’re groggy now, Benjamin and I’ll quit the room before I hear any misbecoming words from you.
that is, it would have been, only Waterloo had not yet taken place)--it was Ney's column breasting the hill of La Haye Sainte, bristling with ten thousand bayonets, and crowned with twenty eagles--it was the shout of the beef-eating British, as leaping down the hill they rushed to hug the enemy in the savage arms of battle-- in other words, Cuff coming up full of pluck, but quite reeling and groggy, the Fig-merchant put in his left as usual on his adversary's nose, and sent him down for the last time.
Then, in a somewhat groggy kind of way, he began to laugh.
Groggy Back at the practice, Dexter the beagle had other problems.
He said: "I'm feeling a bit groggy and I've got a few aches and pains but nothing I can't get over.
They wake up red faced and still groggy, before taking twice as long as usual to do their ablutions.
GROGGY YOUNG QUEENS MANY people have been asking me about 'dopey wasps' recently as they are finding them in their homes.
He wakes up feeling groggy and is worried he won't make the funeral.
They're right, I didn't feel groggy, I felt like someone had sealed my eyelids in the night and encased me in armour.