a. In a dazed condition.
Usage examples of "dazy".
The face looked searchingly up and down the street, and across, then reached past me to open the door of the car, and Dazy Perrit climbed out.
Surely the thing would have been for the hired man to come along, watching for treachery in all directions at once, but Dazy Perrit told him to stay by the car and entered the house alone with me.
I was really on edge because I was sure Wolfe would make himself obnoxious, and getting obnoxious with Dazy Perrit simply had no percentage.
The idea of Dazy Perrit being pestered by a blackmailer was about the same as Billy Sunday being pestered by an evangelist trying to convert him.
If to be associated with Dazy Perrit in anything whatever was a doubtful pleasure, to be yanked in between him and Thumbs Meeker was enough to start ulcers.
Her performance on the phone had given me a suspicion that Dazy was just one more male parent with wool over his eyes, but one good look at her was enough.
I thought, to make a delivery of some kind to Dazy Perrit, and in my opinion we had something to deliver.
If Dazy Perrit had sat around while Schwartz composed all that and typed it out, one of the problems the police were working onhow and where Perrit had spent the hours preceding his deathwas certainly solved.
Archie Goodwin and you work for Nero Wolfeit calls you his legmanand it says you were with Dazy Perrit when he was killed.
Tiers upon tiers of people rose up all round in a widening circle, and lost themselves in a dazy mist of light at the top--it was like a picture by Martin!