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muzzy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmuzzymuz‧zy /ˈmʌzi/ adjective British English  CONFUSEDunable to think clearly, especially because you are ill, sleepy, or drunk Juliet’s head felt muzzy, and she hoped she hadn’t a cold coming on.
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muzzyShe also felt the tiniest bit muzzy and hoped that she hadn't a cold coming on.Some time during the muzzy fug of these dissipations, a decision had been reached.Her eyesight was vague and muzzy, her mouth felt like the bottom of a sandpit.Publicly there were muzzy plans for when the city populations took to the skies enmasse.
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