Examples of groggy in a Sentence
I'm still a little groggy from my nap.
The medicine sometimes makes patients groggy.
Recent Examples of groggy from the Web
The real secret is the laksa paste, which gives the broth its intense flavor, guaranteed to wake even the groggiest of soup slurpers.
The Pacers looked groggy in the first half, but leaned on Myles Turner and Lance Stephenson to take over in the second.
The humans were still groggy from a night with little sleep.
Maybe just for that groggy toe-dip selfie with the Dunkin’ Donuts cup.
Roughly 200 groggy Clevelanders, most still a little shook up, slowly fill up the gate area to wait out this unscheduled detour.
Like a groggy person early in the morning, the jellyfish tested at night were slow to respond.
But, only three hours or so after its scheduled departure time, we were asked to board, groggy-eyed.
Colin Atagi/The Desert Sun PALM SPRINGS, Calif. — Kurt Vaughn was 15 minutes into his morning shift at Starbucks and feeling tired and groggy when there was suddenly a commotion.
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Origin and Etymology of groggy
First Known Use: 1832See Words from the same year
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