- drowsy; half asleep.
- decayed, as timber.
Origin of dozy
Related Words for dozylistless, sluggish, lethargic, drowsy, quiet, dazed, anesthetic, calming, sedative, opiate, hypnotic, narcotic, deadening, slow, out, sleeping, yawning, asleep, blah, comatose
Examples from the Web for dozy
Historical Examples of dozy
His ancestors were Sleepyheads on his mother's side, and Dozy Pates on his father's side.Andiron Tales
John Kendrick Bangs
It was to be judged that the stuffy air of the car made her dozy.Sundry Accounts
Irvin S. Cobb
Then came the hour of half-sleep, a true “dozy hour,” as Thackeray said.Stage-coach and Tavern Days
Alice Morse Earle
All day my cats were indoors, dozy, sociable, and contented.Our Cats and All About Them
I was in that dozy state, half asleep, when nothing is quite clear.Letters of a Woman Homesteader
Elinore Pruitt Stewart
- British informal stupid