adjective, muz·zi·er, muz·zi·est. Informal.
Origin of muzzy
Examples from the Web for muzzy
Dreadful, indeed, poor Muzzy, was the ocean on which thou wert doomed to embark.
Old Muzzy gave me a reproachful look and shook his head gravely.
Old Muzzy strictly forbidding any reply, they fired a bullet at us from a small swivel gun in the bows.
"Only a dollar, sir, only a dollar with you," replies Muzzy.
If Muzzy was rich, he would produce a second bottle from another pocket, this the barman would also fill.
British Dictionary definitions for muzzy
adjective -zier or -ziest
Word Origin for muzzy
Word Origin and History for muzzy
"confused, dazed," 1720s, perhaps from mossy, or from dialectal mosey (adj.) "moldy, hazy; stupefied with drink, dull, stupid."