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loggy

(ˈlɒɡɪ)
adj, -gier or -giest
slow, sluggish, or listless
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Not accustomed to swimming, strangled by the salt water that lapped into his open mouth, he was getting loggy when first he chanced to see the flash of the captain's torch.
The Reindeer was very deep in the water, and her movements had grown quite loggy. In a rough sea she would have inevitably swamped; but the wind, when it did blow, was off the land, and scarcely a ripple disturbed the surface of the bay.
For a time they broke the monotony of eating by executing portions of a hunting dance, a maneuver which sufficiently stimulated digestion to permit them to fall to once more with renewed vigor; but with the consumption of appalling quantities of elephant meat and native beer they presently became too loggy for physical exertion of any sort, some reaching a stage where they no longer could rise from the ground, but lay conveniently close to the great cooking pot, stuffing themselves into unconsciousness.
Everything felt heavy, loggy. You could smell the water and taste the rain, and each breath tasted of mud.
Among them were climbers and hangons from Amacker, Tree-Lounge, Summit, Loggy Bayou, Baker, Loc-On, API and Warren & Sweat.
// A limb and loggy / Dim and soggy / Crusty cruddy / Dried up muddy // Leafy willowy / Not too pillowy / Place where you won't lay your head / But to a beaver it's a bed." In addition to the rhymes and color illustrations of each creature, a lengthy text footnote teaches young readers a little more about how these animals live.
But Remy's inability to remember in no way undercuts his efficacy as a counterterrorism agent; his unknowing thus enacts a post-9/i I ideology that not only allows him to claim a loggy innocence regarding his acts of violence but also actually enhances his abilities as an interrogator.
There followed two pieces that summoned up the disappointments of a starchy family meal that has gone on too long, leaving the participants bloated and loggy: Gould's "Salute to America" - a natural follow on to Goldstein's rather more interesting effort - and then the killer dessert, Ferde Grofe's "Grand Canyon Suite," a muzak succotash better suited to the bottom of Lake Mead, or perhaps a direct plunge into the canyon's gorge.
draw weight, Carbon Express arrows, Rage two-blade broad-heads, Montana Black Gold sight, TruFire release, Loggy Bayou treestand, Rivers Edge climbing sticks, Hunter Safety System harness, Brunton Epoch binoculars, LaCrosse Burly boots, and Badlands Diablo pack.
faint loggy spot or shadow in the lower portion of the Viewing image.
Weighing in at a mere 11 pounds, Loggy Bayou's Predator Pro Staff hang-on stand is one of the simplest and most versatile stands on the market today.
Good public areas for both deer numbers and trophy potential include Thistlethwaite, Loggy Bayou, Union, Dewey Willis, Red River, Three Rivers, Big Lake, Buckhorn, Boeuf, Fort Polk, West Bay, Sherburne, Pearl River, Maurepas Swamp and Bens Creek.