My eyes were woozy as I woke up, and I saw these spindly, veiny legs in slippers and a nightgown.
She tells of surrendering to the “woozy charms” of wine coolers and passing out drunk.
Somewhere along the way he had likely started feeling bad—light-headed or woozy.
Saying which she turned a somersault off the woozy and, alighting on her feet, began wildly dancing about.
The woozy sat upon his square haunches to examine Hank with care.
We won't need to take the woozy, either, but he ought to be saved because of the three hairs in his tail.
The Magician wants me to get three hairs from the end of a woozy's tail.
So far they had met no living creature, but when Ojo saw the cave he knew it must be the den of the woozy.
"They are my sole ornaments, my prettiest feature," said the woozy, uneasily.
"I agree with you," said the woozy, wagging his square head.
[1897+; origin unknown; perhaps fr oozy, suggesting the insolidity and limpness of mud]