drowsily drowsily


  • (adv) in a drowsy manner


  1. The crowd saw a benign, slightly-built man walk on the platform, heard him say drowsily: ''I am for peace at any price.
  2. The voter nodded drowsily while Democratic candidates trudged busily around the country.
  3. In Algiers' sidewalk cafes, French colons sipped their Pernods, while in the gutters, Arab urchins drowsily peddled postcards.


  • Wyoming guest ranch like stepping back in time

    CRANDALL, Wyo. — Chubby the cat — a gray, long-haired feline who thinks he’s a dog — was the doorman, greeting a visitor with a lazy meow while looking up drowsily from a late-morning nap on the deck.
    on August 10, 2013     Source: Ravalli Republic

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