- v. present participle of doze.
“When I drift away in dozing, will You softly light the candles”
“All the day she spent in dozing, praying, and speaking peace and comfort to her afflicted husband and children.”
“Emissions do not usually occur during the soundest sleep, but during that condition which may be characterized as dozing, which is most often indulged in early in the morning after the soundest sleep is passed.”
“Emissions do not usually occur during the soundest sleep, but during that condition which may be characterized as dozing, which is most often indulged early in the morning after the soundest sleep is passed.”
“The morning was half spent in dozing slumbers, when Fleda heard a rush of footsteps, much lighter and sprightlier than good Mrs. Pritchard's, coming up the stairs, and pattering along the entry to her room, and, with little ceremony, in rushed Florence and Constance Evelyn.”
“I recall dozing in and out of the program not really listening.”
“I recall dozing off to the sounds of Christmas songs coming from downstairs.”
“PANERO: Again, you know we had just taken off and I was kind of dozing off and leaning upon my window.”
“I was sort of -- actually, I was kind of dozing through the last hour of the flight, so I wasn't really too vigilant.”
“Henry Dunbar's head was bent over the fire, and his eyes were closed in a kind of dozing sleep, as Margaret Wilmot went into the room.”
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