2. Adverb. Dozing, napping, asleep ¹
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Definition of Adoze
1. dozing [adj]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Adoze
Literary usage of Adoze
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1. Escritos polítco-económicos by Miguel Samper, Salvador Camacho Roldán, Carlos Martínez Silva, José Maria Samper Brush, Luis Samper Sordo, Joseph Conrad, Ford Madox Ford (1904)
"On the second day he crawled up and moved about a little, but he was so weak that he went back to bed, and there he remained, half adoze and half awake, ..."
2. The Flock by Mary Hunter Austin (1906)
"Let three or four hundred lambs lie adoze in the sun of a late afternoon; comes a ewe across the pastures, craving relief for her overflowing dugs. ..."
3. Studies in the Out-lying Fields of Psychic Science by Hudson Tuttle (1889)
"I again fell adoze for half an hour, and was awakened by my brother suddenly coming in and saying: 'Ah ! there you are ! I have just had as narrow an escape ..."