The dopy cook scuffled to his feet and stumbled over to the rail, hung there, peering intently southward.
I have studied every line of old Randall's notes till I'm 'dopy' myself.
It was some hot out there on the water, son, and Im inclined to be dopy.
I was thinkin of you an gettin kind of dopy when some one says over the fone "This is the General."
Beneath that dopy somnolence of manner his senses were alert and his eyes were usually the first to see distant game.
I tell you it's all worked out, Jenkins—all figured out while you were dopy in your bunk.
[1896+; fr dope; the word has also meant ''a thief 's or beggar's woman'' since at least the 1850s, and this may in some minds have influenced the modern senses]