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dozy

[doh-zee] /ˈdoʊ zi/
adjective, dozier, doziest.
1.
drowsy; half asleep.
2.
decayed, as timber.
Origin
1685-1695
1685-95; doze1 + -y1
Related forms
dozily, adverb
doziness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for dozier

dozy

/ˈdəʊzɪ/
adjective dozier, doziest
1.
drowsy
2.
(Brit, informal) stupid
Derived Forms
dozily, adverb
doziness, noun
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Word Origin and History for dozier

dozy

adj.

"drowsy," 1690s, from doze + -y (2).

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