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groggy

1. mod. tired; in a stupor. (Standard but having a slangy history. From a term for rum as drunk aboard ship, derived from the nickname grog, belonging to Admiral Edward Vernon.) I’m still groggy by ten in the morning.
2. and groggified (ˈgrɔgifɑɪd) mod. alcohol intoxicated. He was too groggified to drive.
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Owens denied a police report that stated his trip to the emergency room Tuesday night was a result of ``a drug overdose,'' saying instead that he became groggy when he mixed painkillers with workout supplements.
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He was groggy and disorientated, we thought it would go away after 15 minutes but it didn't.
Sunday, and Oregonians may be groggy, but they'll all be on the same clock.
All agreed except for one slouching, groggy traveler.
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They were not very effective, and most contained codeine, which left him groggy and irritable, making it impossible to work or enjoy time with his children.
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The Filipino southpaw staggered Omori with a left uppercut then followed it up with a barrage of punches, prompting referee Celestino Ruiz to give the groggy, bloody challenger the full count in the 10th round.
James wakes up feeling groggy and is suspicious about Emma's behaviour Deeply suspicious, James lets the cat eat his food, and is shocked by what happens.
Dr Aric Prather, from the University of California, said: "It goes beyond feeling groggy or irritable.
He's still feeling a bit groggy with a bit of a sore head, so he won't be available," said Lambert.