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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdozydoz‧y /ˈdəʊzi $ ˈdoʊ-/ adjective  1 SLEEPnot feeling very awake2 STUPID/NOT SENSIBLE British English informal slow to understand things syn stupid Those kids are really dozy sometimes!
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dozyToo many privet leaves had made them dozy.On a winter's day the Lords has the dozy ambience of a modernized and centrally-heated Victorian stately home.You're surrounded by strangers, your dozy curiosity in their sayings and doings dimming as the house lights go down.Half-closed, dozy eyes usually belong to a placid, lazy horse.In a country accustomed to a dozy social peace the prospect of weekly demonstrations and labour unrest fills many voters with alarm.At breakfast, a dozy waitress brings the wrong things.
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