Definitions

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  • adjective comparative form of woozy: more woozy

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Examples

  • Gasoline trickled down his neck, the scent of it making him woozier.

    The Killing Sea

  • Gasoline trickled down his neck, the scent of it making him woozier.

    The Killing Sea

  • Gasoline trickled down his neck, the scent of it making him woozier.

    The Killing Sea

  • She only grew dizzier and woozier with her crying.

    Ship Of Destiny

  • Beach House fabric but beaming with a filigree delight of a huskier, woozier sound 'Norway' proved that beyond the catalogues that compared their psych-pop to the likes of Mazzy Star, Galaxie 500 and so on, Beach House had turned they're gaze skywards and beyond simple echoing harmonies.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • OKLAHOMA CITY - The Nuggets 'star player was woozier than a Mardi Gras hangover.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Tarot Sport side of the boat, 'Surf Solar' and 'Olympians' harder and woozier than on the record, 'Rough Steez' and 'Phantom Limb' walling you in with ferocity and volume.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • Tarot Sport side of the boat, 'Surf Solar' and 'Olympians' harder and woozier than on the record, 'Rough Steez' and 'Phantom Limb' walling you in with ferocity and volume.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • Snapping drum, twinkling stars, woozy guitar, and woozier vocals wobble their way towards a yawning great black hole at the worst time.

    Nothing But Green Lights

  • I continue to miss the emotional specificity of past Dylan masterworks, like "Tangled Up in Blue," and grow weary of his woozier generalities ( "Emotionally Yours" could be about a lover, or it could be about Jesus; it's so lacking in detail, I can't imagine how anyone could care).

    Expecting Rain

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