woozy

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adjective woo·zy \ˈwü-zē, ˈwu̇-\

Definition of woozy

woozier

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wooziest

  1. 1 :  mentally unclear or hazy seems a little woozy, not quite knowing what to say — J. A. Lukacs

  2. 2 :  affected with dizziness, mild nausea, or weakness

  3. 3 :  having a soft, indistinct, or unfocused quality :  vague, fuzzy woozy … prose and vaguely beneficent statements — Roz Kaveney

woozily

adverb

wooziness

noun

Examples of woozy in a Sentence

  1. She was already feeling woozy after her first drink.

  2. the blood donor started to feel a little woozy after rising too quickly from the cot

Origin and Etymology of woozy

origin unknown


First Known Use: 1897


WOOZY Defined for English Language Learners

woozy

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adjective woo·zy \ˈwü-zē, ˈwu̇-\

Definition of woozy for English Language Learners

  • : slightly dizzy, sick, or weak


WOOZY Defined for Kids

woozy

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adjective woo·zy \ˈwü-zē, ˈwu̇-\

Definition of woozy for Students

woozier

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wooziest

  1. :  slightly dizzy, nauseous, or weak



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