- v. Simple past tense and past participle of doze.
“Sorry, I kind of dozed off during Junior's speech tonight.”
“Better to say I "dozed" through snot -- in the same way one might "trudge" through warm tar.”
“He denied sleep, but admitted to having "dozed" for a while.”
“Pages 122 and 169, "dozed" spelled "dosed" in this text (dosed off)”
“I sat down in my chair here and just kind of dozed," said Van Slyke.”
“Seriously, those scenes were rather boring for me and I kind of dozed off during those short but frequent scenes.”
“After the frost, he "dozed" most of the trees out.”
“I just lost my mind for a second-kind of dozed off.”
“One evacuee dozed among rows of cots lined up neatly on the dome's indoor track.”
“The room twirled in time; I dozed and daydreamed back to the past three Christmases.”
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