adjective grog·gy \ˈgrä-gē\

: not able to think or move normally because of being tired, sick, etc.


Full Definition of GROGGY

:  weak and unsteady on the feet or in action
grog·gi·ly \ˈgrä-gə-lē\ adverb
grog·gi·ness \ˈgrä-gē-nəs\ noun

Examples of GROGGY

  1. I'm still a little groggy from my nap.
  2. The medicine sometimes makes patients groggy.

Origin of GROGGY

First Known Use: 1832

Rhymes with GROGGY

GROGGIER Defined for Kids


adjective grog·gy \ˈgrä-gē\

Definition of GROGGY for Kids

:  weak, dazed, and unsteady <The medicine made me groggy.>


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