1. drowsy

adjective. ['ˈdraʊzi'] showing lack of attention or boredom.


  • inattentive
  • yawning


  • diligent
  • careful
  • closed

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Rhymes with Drowsy

  • lousy

Sentences with drowsy

1. Verb, base form
When Kitty comes in for his surgery, he'll receive medication to make him drowsy and relieve pain.

2. Adverb
In the short term, overexposure to aerosol sprays can cause a person to feel drowsy for several hours.

3. Noun, singular or mass
Most people with low blood sugar experience shaking, nausea and feeling unusually weak and drowsy.

4. Adjective
So on paper, the idea that turkey makes you drowsy kinda makes sense.

5. Verb, past participle
Patients who have hydrocephalus may also periodically lose consciousness or be drowsy, irritable or confused.

Quotes about drowsy

1. A man reserves his true and deepest love not for the species of woman in whose company he finds himself electrified and enkindled, but for that one in whose company he may feel tenderly drowsy.
- George Jean Nathan

2. It wasn't a thing I had consciously missed, but having it now reminded me of the joy of it; that drowsy intimacy in which a man's body is accessible to you as your own, the strange shapes and textures of it like a sudden extension of your own limbs.
- Diana Gabaldon, Voyager

2. drowsy

adjective. ['ˈdraʊzi'] half asleep.


  • dozy
  • asleep


  • conscious
  • aware
  • alive