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groggy (adj.)

1770, "drunk, overcome with grog so as to stagger or stumble," from grog + -y (2). Non-alcoholic meaning "shaky, tottering" is from 1832, originally from the fight ring. Also used of hobbled horses (1828). Related: Groggily; grogginess.

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Definitions of groggy

groggy (adj.)
stunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or drunkenness or exhaustion);
Synonyms: dazed / foggy / logy / stuporous
From wordnet.princeton.edu