How to use Drowsy in a sentence

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  • His warmth made her drowsy and comfortable, and she liked the feeling.

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  • She soon felt relaxed and drowsy.

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  • Within moments after finishing the drink, he grew too drowsy to stay awake and retreated to the bed.

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  • Bianca's drowsy cat warmed one of her thighs, and it hopped off to hide beneath the table opposite her.

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  • An hour before dawn, she began to feel drowsy and shifted her position to keep from falling asleep.

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  • I feel very drowsy all of a sudden.. .

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  • The belly full of food made her drowsy.

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  • In the morning he was still able to give his blessing, but in the afternoon he became drowsy, and at a quarter past seven in the evening on the 13th of December 1784, in his seventysixth year, he passed away.

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  • Antihistamines make you drowsy even if you don't have trouble sleeping.

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  • She'd been drinking fruit punch when she felt drowsy.

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  • We kept speaking to him to keep him awake as he was becoming really drowsy.

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  • After the first injection I felt myself getting drowsy, then there was a funny taste in my mouth.

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  • Weyrother, who was in full control of the proposed battle, by his eagerness and briskness presented a marked contrast to the dissatisfied and drowsy Kutuzov, who reluctantly played the part of chairman and president of the council of war.

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  • You may wish to try valerian for the first time before going to bed, and on a day when you can sleep late the next morning in case you continue to feel drowsy.

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  • Answer C will help you work off a few calories and perk you up however you may still feel a bit drowsy.

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  • Ive tried them in the past and they make me too drowsy during the day time.

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  • You remain conscious all the time, although you may be a little drowsy, and any treatment given causes you no discomfort.

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  • This medicine may cause some people to become drowsy, dizzy, or less alert than they are normally.

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  • For in his dreams he guides his dead comrades to a tranquil graveyard, a peaceful, drowsy respite from war.

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  • On coming around, the child is confused, drowsy and often tearful, but does not remember what happened.

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  • Presently I became aware of a drowsy breathing sound, the soughing of the sea upon the beach.

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  • You need to lay your child in his crib when he is awake but drowsy.

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  • These immediate effects are then followed by a user going "on the nod"-meaning they move from highly alert to drowsy states quickly.

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  • If you feel drowsy and fall asleep while driving, you will undoubtedly crash.

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  • The chemicals melatonin and serotonin naturally make you drowsy.

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  • Pull over or letting someone else drive when you are too tired to drive is the best method for avoiding drowsy driving.

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  • Alcohol may make you drowsy at first but you will often wake up in the middle of the night after drinking.

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  • He or she may also feel drowsy, dizzy, or exhausted.

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  • Whilst the needles are in place, you may well feel pleasantly relaxed or slightly drowsy.

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  • She had been reasonably fine on arrival at the nursing home, but now seemed very drowsy.

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  • Preventing drowsy driving should be a goal for every driver.

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  • As darkness fell I was very feverish and drowsy so I must have fallen asleep.

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  • Drowsy driving can lead drivers to swerve out of their lane, run into stationary objects (fences, cars, houses) and can cause traffic fatalities.

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  • Longer hours, longer commutes and shorter sleep schedules can lead to drowsy driving every day during rush hour.

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  • Prevent drowsy driving by taking care of yourself, getting a good night's rest and consulting with your physician if daytime drowsiness persists.

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  • Certain foods do tend to make you drowsy and fatigued, both physcially and mentally.

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  • The person may become confused, drowsy, or inattentive.

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  • Caffeine makes people more alert, less drowsy, and improves coordination.

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  • That's because it is more likely to make you drowsy during the day which may also interfere with your normal sleep cycle and even cause insomnia at night.

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  • I just got to see him doing the Drowsy Chaperone in New York.

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  • Caroline snuggled against Gordon's shoulder and gradually grew drowsy in the twilight.

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  • If you feel that you are getting plenty of sleep, but are still experiencing severe daytime drowsiness and drowsy driving, you should consult with your physician about a possible sleep disorder.

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  • A doctor should be called when a person becomes confused, drowsy, or inattentive.

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  • Once your baby is around four months old, begin trying to lay her in the crib (on her back of course!) while she is drowsy but still awake.

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  • The sense of communicating with him through their magics relaxed her, made her drowsy.

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  • He'd had to get up early for this flight, and he started to feel rather drowsy.

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  • After the initial feelings of euphoria have subsided, the addict feels relaxed and drowsy, and this may be a welcome alternative to the stresses in his or her life.

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  • If you rock or nurse your child to sleep, but he awakens later in the night crying for you, you need to begin placing him in his bed while he is drowsy but still awake.

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  • The drunkenness produced by kava is of a melancholy, silent and drowsy character.

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