Recent Examples of doze from the Web
Haymore dozed off at an official dinner after 36 hours of travel, and McAuliffe punched him in the leg to wake him up.
The east side of City Hall has been occupied since Friday, following a bike-dozing by the Philadelphia Police that forced protestors from their original camps on 8th and Cherry Streets, outside the office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Some smiling, some dozing in foil blankets, the 12 boys trapped in a cave in northern Thailand were captured on new videos released Wednesday as navy medics tended to their wounds and divers continued to prepare them for a possible swim to safety.
Hours after Baldwin’s health update, the new mother shared a sweet photo of little Romeo dozing off while resting on her chest.
The ease of dozing through a morning commute or otherwise not paying attention to the task of controlling a car may prove so enticing as to promote longer or more frequent trips — keeping vehicles on the road more, not less.
When Kate Middleton arrived at the Chapel Royal at St. James’ Palace in London on Monday, cameras captured the 2-month-old Prince Louis adorably dozing in her arms, completely unaware of the fanfare surrounding the day.
Then the researchers put the platform back, allowing the fur seals to doze out of the water again.
Getting through a complete performance without dozing off was always a struggle.
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DOZE Defined for Kids
Definition of doze for Students
- The baby soon fell asleep and Shlemiel dozed too, still rocking the cradle with his foot.
- —Isaac Bashevis Singer, Zlateh the Goat
- I dozed off on the couch.
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