Definitions

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  • adverb In a groggy manner

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Examples

  • Morning, Aya-chan, Ren called groggily from the couch.

    Scott Westerfeld: Uglies Quartet

  • Morning, Aya-chan, Ren called groggily from the couch.

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  • Morning, Aya-chan, Ren called groggily from the couch.

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  • Morning, Aya-chan, Ren called groggily from the couch.

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  • Morning, Aya-chan, Ren called groggily from the couch.

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  • The alarm clock goes off and Jonathon groggily rolls over and whacks it off before turning back around and snuggling up again to Rose.

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  • They left, and, a few moments later, Scotty opened his eyes groggily.

    Star Trek The Next Generation®

  • They left, and, a few moments later, Scotty opened his eyes groggily.

    Star Trek The Next Generation®

  • By the seventh second he had dragged himself to his knee, where he rested, his head rolling groggily on his shoulders.

    A PIECE OF STEAK

  • Once at a match in Scarborough several decades back a series of yelping appeals from Yorkshire medium-pace prodigy Graham Stevenson the thinking man's Darren Gough so incensed one grizzled spectator that he rose groggily to his feet and yelled: Will you shut up, young fella?

    Sheepskin-wearing seating bores get my goat | Harry Pearson

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