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groggy

[ grog-ee ]
/ ˈgrɒg i /
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adjective, grog·gi·er, grog·gi·est.

staggering, as from exhaustion or blows: a boxer groggy from his opponent's hard left jab.
dazed and weakened, as from lack of sleep: Late nights always make me groggy the next morning.
Archaic. drunk; intoxicated.

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Origin of groggy

First recorded in 1760–70; grog + -y1

OTHER WORDS FROM groggy

grog·gi·ly, adverbgrog·gi·ness, noun

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British Dictionary definitions for groggy

groggy
/ (ˈɡrɒɡɪ) /

adjective -gier or -giest informal

dazed or staggering, as from exhaustion, blows, or drunkenness
faint or weak

Derived forms of groggy

groggily, adverbgrogginess, noun
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