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- adj. superlative form of dozy: most dozy.
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It's somehow lighter, with brighter flavours: the pink grapefruit could wake up the doziest palate.
Such an amount of good will and neighborly kindness also went into the mess, that I never could find the heart to refuse, but always received it with thanks, sipped it with hypocritical relish while he remained, and whipped it into the slop-jar the instant he departed, thereby gratifying him, securing one rousing laugh in the doziest hour of the night, and no one was the worse for the transaction but the pigs.
The Morrisons cracker, by contrast, had the 81-decibel bang to wake even the doziest Christmas diner.
Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel started his second game since learning his father had been kidnapped back home in Nigeria, but the home side made the doziest of starts and were a goal down inside four minutes.
Of course, cancelling a direct debit and then not paying the licence fee would alert the doziest of pursuers, but anyone moving home or not paying by direct debit can certainly contemplate not paying until an actual prosecution is imminent.
If it were not for him, you'd be the doziest get on this blog.