Definition of Snoozy

1. Adjective. Sleep-inducing; tedious ¹



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Definition of Snoozy

1. drowsy [adj SNOOZIER, SNOOZIEST] - See also: drowsy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Snoozy

snoozed
snoozefest
snoozefests
snoozer
snoozers
snoozes
snoozetime
snoozier
snooziest
snooziness
snoozing
snoozle
snoozled
snoozles
snoozling
snoozy (current term)
snore
snored
snorer
snorers
snores
snoring
snoring rail
snoring rails
snorings
snorkel
snorkel breather
snorkel diving
snorkeled
snorkeler

Literary usage of Snoozy

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1. The Pleasures of a Book-worm by John Rogers Rees (1886)
"Some disagreeable old stick has probably eaten an enormous dinner, and sits in a stupid snoozy state, in the darkest and warmest corner of the ..."

2. Life in London: Or, The Day and Night Scenes of Jerry Hawthorn, Esq., and by Pierce Egan, Robert Cruikshank, George Cruikshank (1904)
"The CORINTHIAN is "trying it on" to get out of trouble, and to gammon OLD snoozy, the night-constable, that his word must be taken because he is a gentleman ..."

3. Life in London: Or, The Day and Night Scenes of Jerry Hawthorn, Esq., and by Pierce Egan, Robert Cruikshank, George Cruikshank (1904)
"The CORINTHIAN is "trying it on" to get out of trouble, and to gammon OLD snoozy, the night-constable, that his word must be taken because he is a gentleman ..."

4. Publications by English Dialect Society (1881)
"snoozy, adj. sleepy; inclined to dozu. Snorter, sb. a pig. "And that no varlot may repine, To labourer Tom I give tho swine: Snorters collected with great ..."

5. Report of the Proceedings by Church congress (1895)
"... the reading of the lessons, instead of settling themselves into the most comfortable, snoozy attitudes while the appointed portions are being read. ..."

6. Artemus Ward, His Book by Artemus Ward (1865)
"I'd bin to work hard all the week, and I felt rather snoozy. I'm 'fraid I did git half asleep, for on hearin the minister ask, " Why was man made to mourn ? ..."

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