GROGGY: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for GROGGY?

Need another word that means the same as “groggy”? Find 26 synonyms and 30 related words for “groggy” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Groggy” are: dazed, foggy, logy, stuporous, muzzy, stupefied, in a stupor, befuddled, fuddled, muddled, confused, bewildered, disoriented, disorientated, vague, benumbed, numb, stunned, dizzy, punch-drunk, shaky, staggering, unsteady, wobbly, weak, faint

Groggy as an Adjective

Definitions of "Groggy" as an adjective

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “groggy” as an adjective can have the following definitions:

  • Stunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or drunkenness or exhaustion.
  • Dazed, weak, or unsteady, especially from illness, intoxication, sleep, or a blow.

Synonyms of "Groggy" as an adjective (26 Words)

befuddledUnable to think clearly; confused or perplexed.
The wino s poor befuddled mind.
benumbedHaving lost or been caused to lose interest because of overexposure.
The benumbed intellectual faculties can no longer respond.
bewilderedPerplexed by many conflicting situations or statements; filled with bewilderment.
Bewildered and confused.
confusedHaving lost your bearings confused as to time or place or personal identity.
The confused information supplied by authorities.
dazedIn a state of mental numbness especially as resulting from shock.
I was left dazed and confused.
disorientatedHaving lost one’s sense of direction; disoriented.
When he emerged into the street he was totally disorientated.
disorientedSocially disoriented.
Jet lag leaves you irritable disoriented and tired.
dizzyHaving or involving a sensation of spinning around and losing one’s balance.
Had a dizzy spell.
faintLacking strength or vigor.
Haven t the faintest idea.
foggyFilled or abounding with fog or mist.
She was foggy with sleep.
fuddledConfused or stupefied, especially as a result of drinking alcohol.
Fuddled drinkers spilt their brandy and slid beneath the table.
in a stuporDirected or bound inward.
logyDull and heavy in motion or thought; sluggish.
The beer made them logy and disinclined to move.
muddledNot arranged in order; untidy.
Such a view reflects muddled thinking.
muzzyBlurred; indistinct.
Society s muzzy notion of tolerance.
numb(of a part of the body) deprived of the power of physical sensation.
Numb to the cries for mercy.
punch-drunkDazed from or as if from repeated blows.
shakyNot secure; beset with difficulties.
A cracked dangerously shaky table.
staggeringDeeply shocking; astonishing.
The amount of money required was staggering.
stunnedIn a state of mental numbness especially as resulting from shock.
She stared at him in stunned disbelief.
stupefiedIn a state of mental numbness especially as resulting from shock.
Lay semiconscious stunned or stupefied by the blow.
stuporousStunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or drunkenness or exhaustion.
unsteadyNot firmly or solidly positioned.
Her unsteady walk.
vagueLacking clarity or distinctness.
Saw a vague outline of a building through the fog.
weakRelating to or denoting the weakest of the known kinds of force between particles which acts only at distances less than about 10 cm is very much weaker than the electromagnetic and the strong interactions and conserves neither strangeness parity nor isospin.
A weak mind.
wobbly(of a line or handwriting) not straight or regular.
A wobbly soprano.

Usage Examples of "Groggy" as an adjective

  • The sleeping pills had left her feeling groggy.

Associations of "Groggy" (30 Words)

asleepInto a sleeping state.
The competition was not asleep.
disorientCause someone to lose their sense of direction disorientate.
I was disoriented by the dark.
dispiritedHaving lost enthusiasm and hope; disheartened.
A dispirited and divided Party.
dormantIn a condition of biological rest or suspended animation.
That dormant urge to write fiction has re emerged.
dozeSleep lightly.
I dozed off for a few seconds.
dreamingImaginative thoughts indulged in while awake.
dreamyDreamy in mood or nature.
The atmosphere is tranquil and dreamy.
drowseBe sluggish or inactive.
Any birds which the heat has not utterly drowsed.
drowsinessA very sleepy state.
This drug can cause drowsiness.
drowsy(of a place) peaceful and quiet.
The wine had made her drowsy.
exhaustedDrained of energy or effectiveness extremely tired completely exhausted.
Kirov spat his patience suddenly exhausted.
feebleLacking strength of character.
Feeble efforts.
gloomyCausing or feeling depression or despondency.
A gloomy corridor badly lit by oil lamps.
illPresaging ill fortune.
A terminally ill patient.
lackadaisicalLacking enthusiasm and determination; carelessly lazy.
She was annoyingly lackadaisical and impractical.
languidWeak or faint from illness or fatigue.
She was pale languid and weak as if she had delivered a child.
languorousCharacterized by an oppressive stillness.
A hot languorous afternoon.
lethargicAffected by lethargy; sluggish and apathetic.
Bullfrogs became lethargic with the first cold nights.
lethargyA pathological state of sleepiness or deep unresponsiveness and inactivity.
A history of weight loss lethargy and fluid retention.
listless(of a person or their manner) lacking energy or enthusiasm.
Bouts of listless depression.
napA card game similar to whist; usually played for stakes.
Excuse me I ll just take a little nap.
recoverGet or find back recover the use of.
You ll be fully recovered before you know it.
sleepA period of time spent sleeping.
Two more sleeps till I fly to LA.
sleepyReady to fall asleep.
Sleepyheaded students.
sluggishSlow to respond or make progress.
Alex woke late feeling tired and sluggish.
somnolenceA very sleepy state.
somnolentInclined to or marked by drowsiness.
The sound had a somnolent effect.
tired(especially of a statement or idea) boring or uninteresting because overfamiliar.
I have to look after these animals when you get tired of them.
uninterestedNot having or showing interest.
An uninterested voice.
vertigoA reeling sensation; a feeling that you are about to fall.

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