from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Dazed or confused.
- adj. Dizzy or queasy.
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- adj. queasy, dizzy, disoriented, or drunk
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Grotesque; ridiculously odd or extraordinary.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having or causing a whirling sensation; liable to falling
I think I am both physically and emotionally worn out from this (I managed to not break down in tears until after the test was over, but when I was still so woozy from the valium I couldn't get up.)
But the outcome was almost an afterthought for the Sabres, intent on getting back at the Senators after Ottawa's Chris Neil blindsided Chris Drury, knocking Buffalo's co-captain woozy and causing a deep gash across his head five minutes into the second period.
However, a team spokesman said the fifth-year senior was kept out because he was woozy from the hit.
The two turned resolutely toward Olympic stadium and Mephistopheles, the torch held high, rode in woozy disbelief as they carried him to his destiny.
We were woozy from the afternoon's trauma, and unstimulated by alcohol (I wasn't yet twenty-one, and management would not serve me a beer).
In the first quarter, Leftwich was knocked woozy from a hard hit by defensive end Robaire Smith.
Forgive me, I’m still feeling a bit woozy from the mild earthquake in Baja California this afternoon.
AUBREY: When Umberger gazed up from the ice, it was with the kind of woozy look that showed he wasn't just down; he was in trouble.
Bob Hain is a graphic artist whose website, Normalbobsmith.com, documents the strange and often 'woozy' characters of Union Square -- those who slouch over in the center of the park mumbling to themselves, the ranters, fighters, dancers and eccentric dressers.
Bob Hain is a graphic artist whose website, Normalbobsmith. com, documents the strange and often 'woozy' characters of Union Square -- those who slouch over in the center of the park mumbling to themselves, the ranters, fighters, dancers and eccentric dressers.