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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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But this feeling of wooziness happens in waves which come and go.
As I think of Pearce, the wooziness of the current film is plain to see in his performance.
Yet I recognize that this loose analogy between the soul's ascent to gain knowledge and my wooziness before a blood transfusion is to a great extent the action of my mind seeking through euphoria to ward off thoughts of death.
It has seve points (1 = active, vital, wide awake; 2 = functioning at a high level, not at peak; 3 = relaxed, not at full alertness, responsive; 4 = a little foggy, let down; 5 = fogginess, slowed down, starting to lose interest; 6 = sleepiness, wooziness, fighting sleep; 7 = struggling to remain awake).
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.
In between these drawn-out, graphically violent scenes, the pic cuts to key moments from the ruthlessly executed heist, in stylized shots that reflect Fish's pain and wooziness.
Smith said he fought through the wooziness, because ``this is how I
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.
Far from aestheticizing violence, these exterior episodes have the impact of events that one doesn't dare to look at too closely but cannot purge from memory; if the movement of bodies and the depth of space seem slightly unreal, they embody all the more effectively the wooziness of public trauma.
Helmer Tully makes no attempt to reproduce Scott's point of view in any literal sense--there are no slow-mo meltdowns or out-of-focus wooziness, the handheld camera only occasionally shaking to the addict's jerky rhythms.
Medications can cause side effects, including wooziness, depression and lack of energy.
But Lukas Haas and Scott Green incarnate bleary wooziness well, while helmer Harmony Korine has a droll cameo as a fan who rants at Blake about playing Dungeons & Dragons with the Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia.
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.