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drowse / drouz/ • v. [intr.] be half asleep; doze intermittently: he was beginning to drowse in his chair. ∎  [tr.] archaic make sleepy. ∎ archaic be sluggish or inactive: let not your prudence drowse. • n. [in sing.] a light sleep; a condition of being half asleep.

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