The characteristic or quality of being groggy. (noun)
Tenderness or stiffness in the foot of a horse, resulting in a hobbling gait. (noun)
Examples of word grogginess
Sorry this entry has meandered so; can I claim it's grogginess from the cold?
The small amount of caffeine helps not because it "speeds up your metabolism", but because it gets rid of the grogginess.
It was a feeling I would come to know well—the haze and the grogginess—almost as well as its opposite (lack-of-sleep inertia), during the three years I would spend in the Boston Combined Residency Program (BCRP) in pediatrics.
However, research has repeatedly shown that when supplementing 7-9 hours of sleep, 20-30 minute naps do offer these benefits, particularly when taken between the hours of 10 to 11 a.m. or 2 to 4 p.m., when human sleep rhythms trigger a natural slump with grogginess and lack of focus.
I know better but in my grogginess I forgot and thought, Stupid bird.