adjective, grog·gi·er, grog·gi·est.
Origin of groggy
Examples from the Web for groggy
There, waiting trucks will drive the groggy rhinos into the middle of the delta.
I stepped off the plane, caught that first groggy whiff of jet fuel and my body instantly registered where I was.How I’ll End the War: My First Week Back in Afghanistan|Nick Willard|May 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As I start to make calls, groggy American colleagues walk into the newsroom.
He claims that Dulles botched the negotiations because he was groggy from jet lag—a little understood concept then.Not Much New in Douglas Rushkoff’s Reading of the Future|Jacob Silverman|March 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Evan, pale and groggy, was being interviewed by a detective when I entered the room.
Here the groggy little man set up so loud a laugh that Captain Glew walked away, and the conversation came to an end.The Last Entry|William Clark Russell
"He's groggy," he heard voices say, and then came the welcome splash of the sponge.
Hope you will be able to read a word of the last, no joke writing by a bad lantern with a groggy hand and your glasses mislaid.Vailima Letters|Robert Louis Stevenson
He was groggy, from time to time he felt the sponge's cold touch on his face or heard the voice of Tough McCarty in his ear.
In the second place, the driver was drunk, and the horse was groggy, and the fiacre was in the last stage of dilapidation.In the Days of My Youth|Amelia Ann Blandford Edwards