from The Century Dictionary.
- Having a sleepy or slug-gish disposition; sleepy-headed.
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"They say Scotland is no conquered country, young woman, but I'm thinking there must be some mistak 'in the matter, as we, her children, are so drowsy-headed and apt to be o'ertaken when we least expect it."
Pathfinder; or, the inland sea James Fenimore Cooper 1820
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