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- adj. In a dazed condition.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Cold; raw: as, a dazy day.
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When we were young in the 1950's, cutting and gluing and creating was something we did when we were recovering from illness, snowed in, or for an activity to fill a lazy dazy day of summer.
Of course, this school year is not yet over and we still have a lazy dazy summer to do first, but summer is really only a handful of weeks anyway.
With pangs of youthful hunger, but a head still weak and dazy, I groped my way in the dark through the passage and down the stairs of redwood.
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Of course not, she's also suggesting you look a little closer at a job dilemma while you are in the mood to be so reflective and in that hazy dazy state your own subconscious has the chance to let solutions bubble up to the surface; at last an excuse to do nothing!
Its hot here, been gorgeous everz dazy by the way.
5. Since there was no school today for Good Friday, we had a highly enjoyable lazy dazy morning.