logy – Word Of The Day

logy

[loh-gee]

adjective, logier, logiest.

1.   lacking physical or mental energy or vitality; sluggish; dull; lethargic.
Use it in your writing. Here is mine:
‘The combination of the booze and the prescription meds made Lisa’s mind logy. Her original thought when she chased her pills with shots of Jack was that she’d sleep for hours and forget her heartache. She had not considered that her heart would refuse to allow that one luxury of sleep; that one wish that might just make the pain bearable from what she had done. Her mind was not allowed to shut down, she had to face reality in a lethargic stupor, the worst kind of punishment.’
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