Examples of groggy in a Sentence
I'm still a little groggy from my nap.
The medicine sometimes makes patients groggy.
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For a book signing in Brooklyn last fall, the line of kids and groggy parents formed predawn.
Sleep Not getting enough sleep can make people groggy and exhausted.
Finn woke the next morning, groggy and numb, barely aware that something was happening around him.
So the next episode’s groggy surrealism — involving a college-party gig — felt like a continuation of the previous week’s.
Franklin stumbled to answer, disoriented and groggy.
Officers found a rather groggy man who had taken prescribed Valium for a back injury.
The morning after Ariza's wedding in Orange County, when most guests were still groggy, Paul and Harden drove back north and hit the Drew League.
My chest begins to swell and my limbs experience a pleasant, groggy glow.
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GROGGY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of groggy for English Language Learners
: not able to think or move normally because of being tired, sick, etc.
GROGGY Defined for Kids
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