Word Of The Week: Logy

LOGY : Adjective Origin: mid 19th century: of uncertain origin IPA Pronunciation: /ˈləʊɡi/, LOH-ghee Meaning: dull and heavy in motion or thought; sluggish. Sentences: I was feeling logy after eating such a big meal, so I decided to take a brief nap. These scows weigh tons, you know, and get logy in the bargain from being so long in thewater. Synonyms: unenrgetic, bleary, burned-out , dazed, weary . Did You Know? Based on surface resemblance, … More Word Of The Week: Logy