Definition of woozy
Examples of woozy in a Sentence
She was already feeling woozy after her first drink.
the blood donor started to feel a little woozy after rising too quickly from the cot
Recent Examples of woozy from the Web
Here’s a way to switch up that morning brew with a taste of booze but without the woozy after-effects.
The artist will scribble down ideas in pencil and then flesh them out with layers of watercolor, which give them their rich pastel coloring and woozy aesthetic.
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Origin and Etymology of woozy
First Known Use: 1897
WOOZY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of woozy for English Language Learners
: slightly dizzy, sick, or weak
WOOZY Defined for Kids
Definition of woozy for Students
: slightly dizzy, nauseous, or weak
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