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  • adjective comparative form of groggy: more groggy


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  • It makes me feel even groggier than I normally am upon waking up.

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  • But in my experience, 3 mgs makes my sleep problems worse and I'm much groggier in the morning when I'm supposed to be up and about, and alert.

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  • Those things made me groggier than Britney Spears in a courtroom.

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  • Woke up at 4: 45 in the afternoon, groggier than a frog on valium.

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  • Somebody eager to hurl himself into the gap between peril and the Daughter of Night smashed into the girl violently enough to knock her off her feet and leave her groggier than she was already.

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  • You are much groggier, much more impaired -- more than twice as bad.

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  • I woke this morning, groggier than usual because of the whole move the clock ahead scenario ....

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