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boozy-woozy

(ˈbuziˈwuzi)
mod. alcohol intoxicated. I think I am just an itty-bitty boozy-woozy.

woozy

(ˈwuzi)
1. mod. sleepy; disoriented. I’m still sort of woozy. Give me a minute or two to wake up.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. I felt a little woozy, but that didn’t stop me from having more.
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I reserve the right to u-turn, David Caterpillar/George Ostrich style, if I'm crippled by the wooziness following my first long-haul flight.
Smith said he fought through the wooziness, because ``this is how I
The ad was shot using a specialized camera designed to powerfully simulate the feeling of wooziness and disorientation that often accompany traumatic moments.
The President was technically still conscious but in a state of wooziness and completely oblivious to anything going on around him.
Thus, some of the wooziness that astronauts experience once they get back down is a natural reaction to physiologic changes that were helpful in space.
Medications can cause side effects, including wooziness, depression and lack of energy.
Allison, limited to 27 games last season, experienced wooziness during the summer but said, ``That is just part of rehab.
Afterward he was pale and complained of wooziness as he sat in his locker room stall.
Deadmarsh missed the past three games with wooziness and is out indefinitely.
Injury update: Adam Deadmarsh, the team's leading goal scorer with 13, did not accompany the team on the road after complaining of more wooziness.
Deadmarsh no better: Kings winger Adam Deadmarsh completed a light practice Friday morning but complained of wooziness that has kept him out of the lineup the past two games.
So with Deadmarsh out of the lineup Tuesday with more wooziness, Belanger responded with his first career hat trick in a 6-2 victory over the St.