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For the first three days, he refused any drugs that would make him feel drowsy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You will feel drowsy and relaxed but completely aware of what is happening around you. Banish Headaches -how to obtain fast, drug-free relief from headache (1990)They urge drivers not to take to the wheel if they feel drowsy after taking medication. The Sun (2010)They are sedative in effect and often make people feel drowsy. The Hayfever Handbook - a summer survival guide (1988)The herb contains chemicals that will make you feel drowsy. The Sun (2009)Sometimes you also feel drowsy and fatigued. The Sun (2008)Do you regularly feel drowsy or sleepy in the day? The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988)At first they made me feel drowsy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)As it wears off users feel drowsy and may experience a hangover. Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)Any longer will leave you feeling drowsy. The Sun (2008)They can make users drowsy and lethargic and possibly forgetful. Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)Now that imaging technology is used to detect glaucoma and to set off alarms waking drowsy lorry drivers by monitoring facial movements. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They don't reduce the sensitivity or its causes and they generally make the victim feel drowsy. The Hayfever Handbook - a summer survival guide (1988)Some users feel dreamy and happy, but others say they feel sick and drowsy. Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)The person may become too drowsy or confused to take action, and could lapse into a coma. The Sun (2010)I am feeling a little drowsy. Christianity Today (2000)In my old regime I was much more likely to feel drowsy in the afternoon. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She said: 'I began to feel dizzy and drowsy. The Sun (2009)He told them: 'I remember feeling drowsy. The Sun (2013)I've tried sleeping tablets, but they made me feel drowsy the next day. The Sun (2012)IN nanny Britain there are motorway signs warning you to pull over for a rest if you're feeling drowsy. The Sun (2009)I found that I could work into the small hours without so much as feeling drowsy. The Sun (2016)
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British English: drowsy /ˈdraʊzɪ/ ADJECTIVE
If you are drowsy, you feel sleepy and cannot think clearly.
He felt pleasantly drowsy.
- American English: drowsy
- Arabic: نَعْسَان
- Brazilian Portuguese: sonolento
- Chinese: 倦睡的
- Croatian: omamljen
- Czech: ospalý
- Danish: døsig
- Dutch: slaperig
- European Spanish: somnoliento amodorrado
- Finnish: uninen
- French: endormi
- German: schläfrig
- Greek: νυσταγμένος
- Italian: sonnolento
- Japanese: 眠い
- Korean: 졸리는
- Norwegian: døsig
- Polish: senny
- European Portuguese: sonolento
- Romanian: moleșit
- Russian: дремлющий
- Spanish: somnoliento
- Swedish: sömnig
- Thai: เซื่องซึม
- Turkish: uykulu
- Ukrainian: сонливий
- Vietnamese: buồn ngủ
Definition of drowsy from the Collins English Dictionary
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