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Drowsily

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Adverb

1. drowsily, somnolently

in a drowsy manner

Example Sentences:
'Time to get up,' she said drowsily'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Drowsily

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adjectiveWord forms: drowsier or drowsiest
1. 
heavy with sleepiness; sleepy
2. 
inducing sleep; soporific
3. 
sluggish or lethargic; dull

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Drowsily

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adjectiveWord forms: ˈdrowsier or ˈdrowsiest
1. 
a. 
sleepy or half asleep; lethargic
b. 
making drowsy; soporific
2. 
brought on by sleepiness
3. 
peacefully quiet or inactive
a drowsy village

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Drowsily

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adj. drows·i·er, drows·i·est
1. Dull with sleepiness; sluggish.
2. Produced or characterized by sleepiness.
3. Inducing sleepiness; soporific.

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