drowsily his lids drooped; then he opened his eyes, met her eyes and struggled up to reach her face.
Finally his stirrings roused her and she asked him drowsily what ailed him.
"I wonder he has never married," interposed Lady Blunket, drowsily, with her usual attention to the context.
They feed him some broth and a little wine, and he drops off drowsily again.
“There is food in the huts,” said an Ox-boar-man, drowsily, and looking away from me.
“Ah, Roberts,” sighed Bracy drowsily as he raised himself on one arm.
The children approached it at the dinner hour and it listened patiently if drowsily to their question.
"Oh, you are dreaming," drowsily murmured the weary girl in the other bed.
“Thou wast ever in a harl,” said Stephen, drowsily using the Hampshire word for whirl or entanglement.
drowsily and completely bereft of any will-power of our own we trudged after them.
1520s, probably ultimately from Old English drusan, drusian "sink," also "become languid, slow, or inactive" (related to dreosan "to fall"), from Proto-Germanic *drus- (see dreary). But there is no record of it in Middle English. Related: Drowsily; drowsiness.