Definition of 'woozy'
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He said he felt a bit woozy. The Sun (2015)At its best it may make you feel relaxed and slightly woozy. Alternative Health Care for Women (1991)This makes you feel woozy and well disposed to others around you. The Sun (2012)Feel a little woozy after lunch? Times, Sunday Times (2015)The Frenchmen veer from minimalist ambience to jagged electronica to woozy torch song. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Safe'He seemed fine at the end of the game but he was a little bit woozy. The Sun (2008)It made him slightly woozy, but over time he learnt to be a more attentive lover. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Still feeling woozy, a walk on the beach was required. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I felt a little woozy and had an overwhelming desire to get naked. The Sun (2015)This rich, woozy love song from upcoming album Blood is sublime. The Sun (2015)You just feel kind of woozy,' he added. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Afterwards, you're likely to have a headache and feel woozy for a few hours. The Sun (2008)
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