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- adj. sluggish
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Sluggish.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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I was a little sluggy getting out of the apartment this morning because I was watching the new Watchmen trailer.
When it gets more mountain bikey and sluggy, I come around better, he told VeloNews.
I first thought those sluggy things were peeled garlic cloves, and thought, On a CAKE?
Photography, tired and slow in the sluggy late winter
Then after I did sleep a long time and got ‘better’, upon waking I kept passing out: or to be accurate I lost control of my autonomic system which included consciousness, breathing, and sluggy heart beating.
And now simply, it's a sluggy old company with costs that are too high, that's simply not competitive enough.
About once a week you need to empty the containers ... it's filled with a gluey sluggy mess.
This guy wakes up one morning, and he's a giant sluggy bug of some kind, just like poor Santa here.
Congratulations to Pete Abrahms and to Sluggy in general, and I look forward to another ten years being left in suspense over what the hell a "sluggy freelance" is anyway.
It's still unclear whether or not Johnny Depp will star in the Litvinenko movie or merely produce it, but we're hoping for the former since Johnny Depp is supposed to be keen on basing his portrayal of Alexander Litvinenko on Mickey Dolenz from The Monkees and changing the ending to one where Litvinenko survives the poisoning attempt but is then killed by a sort of sluggy-lobster thing with a pirate hat on.