Definition of Dozily

1. Adverb. In a dozy manner. ¹



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Definition of Dozily

1. in a dozy manner [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dozily

doze
doze off
dozed
dozen
dozenal
dozened
dozening
dozens
dozenth
dozenths
dozer
dozers
dozes
dozier
doziest
dozily (current term)
doziness
dozinesses
dozing
dozings
dozy
dozyite
dozzled
dpc4
dpt immunization
dr
draatsi
draba
drabbed

Literary usage of Dozily

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1. Sermons by John Jortin (1850)
"... and then, science had well nigh closed its eyes on the phenomena of nature; philosophy dozily dreamed within the precints of the monastery, ..."

2. The Structure of Conflict by Paul G. Swingle (1885)
"... surgeon to St. George's Hospital, in his Chini, Observations, wrote : " Whenever a patient complains of a dull, heavy pain dozily >itu ated in the bone, ..."

3. The Metropolitan (1833)
"On turning round, I perceived Munnoo, (my serdar,) had resumed his punkah string, and was dozily pulling it. I very soon retired to bed, without making any ..."

4. The Life of J.M.W. Turner, R.A.: Founded on Letters and Papers Furnished by by Walter Thornbury (1897)
"... and quiet deer feeding dozily under the stone-pines of the Medici Gardens ; and notably in a minutely finished drawing of an English country seat, ..."

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