Word usage examples
The hours of tippling had had their effect on her, producing a dull headache and a logy feeling of depression.
Gregg stepped to a cross brace-he was still too logy to jump-and thrust his flashgun through the opening.
My head still ached, the room was unreal in its luxurious appointments and my body felt logy and disjointed.
He was beginning to feel logy, and a mild but persistent pain was gathering at his temples.
On reaching the gentle rise, there below us grazed the logy, lazy beeves, while the boys quietly rode round, silently moving them together as instructed.
The sky was gray and we were all still logy from too much to eat and drink the day before, so we were mostly silent on the way to Sacz.
The lady patronesses were just as logy and disinterested in platter-faced chits as Aunt Harriet.
The big assault boat felt logy and clumsy, and a part of her screamed to kick up the wedge and get more acceleration, but that was out of the question.
I had one foot up to make the big mistake when I smelled cat and saw him, curled up in the back, logy after a kill maybe, just starting to move.
Andrews and I hastened off to get our own breakfast, and soon had a half-gallon of strong coffee, and a frying-pan full, of meat cooking over the fire--not one of the beggarly skimped little fires we had crouched over during our months of imprisonment, but a royal, generous fire, fed with logs instead of shavings and splinters, and giving out heat enough to warm a regiment.