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- adv. In a drowsy manner
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- adv. In a drowsy manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a drowsy manner; sleepily; heavily: as, he drowsily raised his head.
- Sluggishly; languidly; slothfully; lazily.
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- adv. in a drowsy manner
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As they float embraced, toward darkness, he calls drowsily, "Don't grieve too long, you there.
By degrees, perhaps under the spell of some influence which stirs us when sleeping nature awakens once more to life, I lost myself in reverie, and recalled drowsily
“Who are you, and ... where am I?” she asked drowsily.
And as I lay there drowsily, my mind went back to the seven hundred unfortunates I had left waiting for services.
After that, and in the course of it, I was aware, drowsily, that I was falling asleep, and that it was delicious sleep.
From time to time, drowsily, I stirred — please, my reader, don't miss that verb — I STIRRED.
And over the top rail a horse looked drowsily on, ever and anon, at mathematically precise intervals, switching a lazy tail that flashed high lights in the sunshine.
He knew himself to be Dick Forrest, the master of broad acres, who had fallen asleep hours before after drowsily putting a match between the pages of “Road Town” and pressing off the electric reading lamp.
"OK dad, I'll be right down," Jason drowsily muttered and pulled the blanket over his head.
Last night, or this morning, rather, about two o'clock, as I lay with the printed page swimming drowsily before me, I was aroused by an abrupt outbreak of snarl from Mr. Pike.