The canvas is rather a logy, limp sort of craft, to my thinking, and liable to drown her crew if swamped.
Besides all this, the water was warm; the trout were logy and would not rise.
These scows weigh tons, you know, and get logy in the bargain from being so long in the water.
Tony thinks that Americans eat too much that is sweet; it makes them logy and sleepy.
The cattle were lazy and logy from water, often admitting of riding within a rod, thus rendering the brands readable at a glance.
The more the air presses upon us the lighter we feel, and the less it presses upon us the more "logy" we feel.
In the streams it is a gamer fish than in lakes, though the larger fish are rather lazy and logy.
Her petulant sister and the logy Luella never dreamed that Aunt Crete desired such un-auntly indulgences.
In the shifting breeze it swayed sluggishly, heavily, as if riding at anchor like a logy ship of the air.
The child begins to cry and then soon goes off into a deep sleep, while the body seems more heavy and logy than usual.
word-forming element meaning "a speaking, discourse, treatise, doctrine, theory, science," from Greek -logia (often via French -logie or Medieval Latin -logia), from root of legein "to speak;" thus, "the character or deportment of one who speaks or treats of (a certain subject);" see lecture (n.).
Science; theory; study: dermatology.