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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of doze.
  • noun Plural form of doze.

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Examples

  • So Tashlin kind of dozes through a lot of the picture and then perks up when it's time for some slapstick, but even the broad comedy isn't much fun when it isn't connected to anything.

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  • So Tashlin kind of dozes through a lot of the picture and then perks up when it's time for some slapstick, but even the broad comedy isn't much fun when it isn't connected to anything.

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  • As Arlene lays into Cuddy with some harsh words about the perceptions of single motherhood, she oddly dozes off right in the middle of dinner.

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  • She dozes as images slide in and out of her mind, snapshots from a 1930s silent movie.

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  • Usually he dozes off sometime around 11 P.M., only to wake when his roommates get home around 2 A.M. The days stretch out in front of him excruciatingly.

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  • The ending of this scene is still not done because it hangs closely together with a scene about Jareth which I seriously need to rewrite; the scene where he dozes off in front of the fire and has a very important dream.

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  • One comes in a wheelchair, another with a walker; one dozes off during the session.

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  • Presenting her as disconnected on the job – clients think she dozes off – Polanski focuses more on her walks to and from work.

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  • One comes in a wheelchair, another with a walker; one dozes off during the session.

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  • Did French President Nicolas Sarkozy again send the cat among the pigeons, as he is fond of doing whenever the country's attention focuses on uncomfortable economic or social issues, or dozes off during the sluggish weeks of summer vacation?

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