Noodles & Co. staged its IPO on a sleepy, muggy, low-volume trading day.
I associated the holiday with barbecues, a day off from school, and sleepy Sunday afternoon movies about submarines and Generals.
On the eastern edge of Obrežje is a sleepy little border crossing into Bregana, Croatia.
early 13c. from sleep (n.) + -y (2). Perhaps in Old English but not recorded. Old English had slæpor, slæpwerig in the sense "sleepy;" slæpnes "sleepiness." Cf. Old High German slafag. Of places, from 1851 (Irving's Sleepy Hollow is from 1820). Sleepy-head is from 1570s. Related: Sleepily; sleepiness.