- to-be half-asleep: drowsed when you look at the cozy sun.
- To sleep imperfectly or unsoundly; to slumber; to be heavy with sleepiness; to doze.
- To Help Make drowsy: "drowsed with the fume of poppies” ( John Keats).
- to pass through (time) by drowsing.
- to create hefty with sleepiness or imperfect sleep; which will make lifeless or stupid.
- the healthiness of being sleepy.
- their state of being tired and sedentary.
- a small or imperfect sleep; a doze.
- A state of somnolency; a half-sleep.
- a light fitful rest
- becoming sleepy and inactive (additionally figurative).
- To nod off; to fall asleep.
- To advance drowsily. (Used especially in the phrase "drowse one's way" ⇒ sleepily make one's way.)
- be regarding brink of sleeping
- sleep gently or for a short period of the time
- To be hefty with sleepiness; be half asleep; hence, become heavy or dull.
- Synonyms Doze, Slumber, etc. See sleep
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