Grogginess
Grogginess Grog"gi*ness, n. 1. State of being groggy. [1913 Webster]

2. (Man.) Tenderness or stiffness in the foot of a horse, which causes him to move in a hobbling manner. [1913 Webster]


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  • grogginess — groggy ► ADJECTIVE (groggier, groggiest) ▪ dazed and unsteady after intoxication, sleep, etc. DERIVATIVES groggily adverb grogginess noun …   English terms dictionary

  • grogginess — noun 1. a dazed and staggering state caused by alcohol • Derivationally related forms: ↑groggy • Hypernyms: ↑drunkenness, ↑inebriation, ↑inebriety, ↑intoxication, ↑tipsiness, ↑insobriety …   Useful english dictionary

  • grogginess — noun see groggy …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • grogginess — See groggily. * * * …   Universalium

  • grogginess — noun The characteristic or quality of being groggy …   Wiktionary

  • grogginess — grog·gi·ness || grÉ‘gɪnɪs / grÉ’g n. unsteadiness, lack of balance; quality of being dazed or befuddled, drowsiness; drunkenness (Archaic) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • grogginess — grog·gi·ness …   English syllables

  • semiconsciousness — noun marginal consciousness his grogginess was caused as much by exhaustion as by the blows someone stole his wallet while he was in a drunken stupor • Syn: ↑grogginess, ↑stupor, ↑stupefaction • Derivationally related forms: ↑semiconscious, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • stupefaction — noun 1. a feeling of stupefied astonishment • Derivationally related forms: ↑stupefy • Hypernyms: ↑astonishment, ↑amazement • Hyponyms: ↑daze, ↑shock, ↑stupor …   Useful english dictionary

  • groggy — adjective (groggier; est) Etymology: grog Date: 1832 weak and unsteady on the feet or in action • groggily adverb • grogginess noun …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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