As I start to make calls, groggy American colleagues walk into the newsroom.
I stepped off the plane, caught that first groggy whiff of jet fuel and my body instantly registered where I was.
He claims that Dulles botched the negotiations because he was groggy from jet lag—a little understood concept then.
Evan, pale and groggy, was being interviewed by a detective when I entered the room.
Coming in by land, not long after dawn, you catch her by surprise, groggy, a late sleeper not yet made up for the day.
In the second place, the driver was drunk, and the horse was groggy, and the fiacre was in the last stage of dilapidation.
There was a hissing sound, a flash of light, and you got groggy, and went out.
Here the groggy little man set up so loud a laugh that Captain Glew walked away, and the conversation came to an end.
Think of that, with the Grasshopper as groggy as a five days old calf!
groggy Fox pointed to one of the surrounding vessels as he swept past in the Cormorant.
Sleepy; dazed; semiconscious: Conlon was so groggy that he wanted to know why Nelson was not coaching the Warriors (1832+)