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adj. do·zi·er, do·zi·est
Half asleep; drowsy.

doz′i·ly adv.
do′zi·ness n.
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They did it against Aston Villa, dozily handing John McGinn the opening goal, before eventually fighting back to win.
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Admittedly, I've never dozily put myself at the vanguard of a nationalist movement which has accidentally swapped the country's financial security for a woolly notion of "sovereignty", haplessly unleashing a tide of racist violence and destabilising the peace process in Northern Ireland as mere side-effects of my lust for power.
For 20 minutes, none of that made any difference as both sides began dozily. Then Daniel Carvajal put Gareth Bale through with a precision pass, and the Welshman squeezed the ball into the top left-hand corner from a tight angle.
Root was actually denied a double hundred in Grenada when partner Jimmy Anderson dozily failed to make his ground and ended the England innings with Root 18 short.
First, many are simply too dozily indulgent to challenge their sons and daughters - letting them get away with all sorts of unsavoury antics.
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Stokes threatened with 28 from 23, but when he was dozily stumped by a combination of his old England Under-19 team-mates in the 10th over, the game was already effectively decided.
HOW many of 'em, I wonder, will be trilling it tonight as they drift dozily into dreamland before tomorrow's test: "Call me early, mother dear, for I'm to be Queen of the May."