Synonyms of drowsy in English:

drowsy


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adjective

1‘the stove warmed the tent up and we became drowsy’

SYNONYMS
sleepy, half asleep, dozy, dozing, heavy, heavy-eyed, yawning, nodding, groggy, somnolent, ready for bed, hardly able to keep one's eyes open
tired, weary, fatigued, exhausted
lethargic, sluggish, torpid, lifeless, listless, languid, languorous, comatose, dazed, drugged
informal snoozy, dopey, yawny, dead beat, all in, done in, dog-tired
British informal knackered
literary slumberous
ANTONYMS

wakeful, alert

2‘a warm, drowsy afternoon’

SYNONYMS
soporific, sleep-inducing, sleepy, somniferous, narcotic, sedative, calmative, tranquillizing
lulling, soothing
dreamy
rare somnific
ANTONYMS

invigorating