groggy : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s stunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or drunkenness or exhaustion)
- A few minutes before landing at the base, his placid groggy features turned to panic as he realized he was unable to move the fingers of one hand.
- Next morn, as oft as not, he would be too groggy for work.
- According to Risen's source, Tenet told Bush that Abu Zubaydah, badly wounded during his capture, was too groggy from painkillers to talk coherently.
News & Articles
- British roller coaster enthusiasts ride Waldameer's Ravine Flyer II
Jamie Oliver was a little groggy this morning when he climbed aboard the Ravine Flyer II and strapped into the popular wooden coaster.
June 11, 2013 - Erie Times-News
- Heidi Klum’s Drunk Fight: Terrible, Familiar
Heidi Klum and boyfriend Martin Kristen were spotted having the kind of argument that will induce familiar, groggy dread in anyone who ever — drunk and/or indignant — stormed out of a party, wagged a literal finger, or uttered the phrase, “You’re not my dad.” According to "Page Six", Klum and ... More »
June 11, 2013 - New York Magazine
- Tom Renney in SI.com
I just made a judgment call on whether or not I should (go) based on what I've been told,Renney said. "He's groggy and sleeping and stuff. I'm hoping to see him tomorrow. I understand he's better this afternoon and coming along nicely."
- Ted Nolan in ESPN
He was a little bit groggy,Nolan said. "That was quite a hit that he took, but he seems to be OK right now, but we'll give it 24 hours. We'll get him re-evaluated by our doctors and go from there."
- Gus Frerotte in USA Today
It's not fun,Frerotte said. "You get hazy and you're groggy for a few days and it takes you a while to get back because you don't want to go out there and not know what's going on."