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loggy

adj.

"heavy, sluggish," 1847, from log (n.1) + -y (2). Related: Logginess.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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  • Finally I had him within twenty feet circling around me, tired and loggy, yet still strong enough to require careful handling.

    Tales of Fishes Zane Grey
  • Not fifty feet away lay a blue dory, heavy and loggy with water, and in the bottom the unconscious figure of a man.

    The Harbor of Doubt Frank Williams
  • Ralph did not feel quite as well as usual and his fireman was pale and loggy, but the main effects of the drug had passed off.

  • His ship, because of its load, was loggy, so he did not attempt to follow the other two into the higher lane.

  • Slowly he descended and, avoiding contact with the loggy tortoise, circled around the dark thing.

  • There was no sign of any damage to the boat, but the loggy way in which it moved showed that it had shipped a lot of water.

  • And his conversation with "loggy," most amazing of all, came back to plague him.

    The Tyranny of the Dark Hamlin Garland

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