Groggy sentence example

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  • The phone rang more than a dozen times before a man with groggy voice answered.

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  • The young boy was frightened and groggy but appeared unharmed.

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  • Ashley's voice was groggy.

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  • Deidre felt groggy but not like she normally did post-op.

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  • Carmen was so groggy that the icy wind failed to keep her awake.

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  • During an episode, there is usually an appearance of being awake, yet the person is groggy, has a glazed over appearance, and may appear confused.

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  • It is the culprit that often makes people groggy after eating their Thanksgiving dinner.

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  • I got a good result from a day I felt rather groggy on.

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  • A few moments later, he heard the sounds of groggy protest as Jessi roused his dinner and led her out of the apartment.

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  • Her groggy mind wondered why they were there and why she was in the hospital – and then she fell asleep again.

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  • Kai, still groggy from the fumes, squirmed away, dragging the wizard with him till he could go no further.

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  • A drawback to using sleep-inducing antihistamines is that they often leave you feeling out of sorts, groggy with physical symptoms like mild dehydration and cotton mouth.

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  • Think about how groggy you feel after eating Thanksgiving dinner.

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  • One particular occasion, feeling a bit groggy from an evening ashore, my friend offered to raise it for me.

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  • Coming out of deep sleep after an hour or two usually makes us very groggy.

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  • Tim Payne suffered several blows to the head and left the field a little groggy under the guidance of the medical team.

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  • Wednesday, December 28th, 2005 Today I'm feeling pretty groggy.

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  • And I'm almost always extremely groggy for the first hour in the morning.

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  • The second half was barely 5 minutes old when Calliste was subbed off looking very groggy indeed.

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  • Radebe attempted to soldier on, but he had clearly been left groggy.

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  • I was kind of groggy, kind of just feeling good about, you know, trying to get equilibrium.

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  • With Blair looking groggy, the " big four " leaders pulled their punches and settled for a three-round draw on points.

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  • Too often apnea patients become used to waking up groggy and nursing a headache.

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  • Her groggy mind wondered why they were there and why she was in the hospital – and then she fell asleep again.

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  • Her groggy mind registered the fact that they would no longer leave a trail like a slug.

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