verb (used without object), snoozed, snooz·ing.
to sleep; slumber; doze; nap.
a short sleep; nap.
Origin of snooze
First recorded in 1780–90; origin uncertain
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Related Words for snoozylazy, languorous, unhurried, leisurely, laid-back, lackadaisical, sluggish, lethargic, tired, sleepy, weary, passive, careless, apathetic, inattentive, indifferent, dull, languid, listless, drowsy
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Historical Examples of snoozy
(intr) to take a brief light sleep
Word Origin for snooze
C18: of unknown origin
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1789, cant word, of unknown origin, perhaps echoic of a snore. Related: Snoozed; snoozing. The noun meaning "a short nap" is from 1793. Snooze-alarm is from 1965.
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