Definition of logy in English:

logy

adjective

North american
  • Dull and heavy in motion or thought; sluggish.

    • ‘Perhaps the logy staging and heavy costumes are meant to represent the Austrian oppression of Switzerland.’
    • ‘Starting at a climax and retreating from there, a logy middle section evaporates into a yawning abyss exactly five minutes wide.’
    • ‘Lured too soon from its winter sleeping berth - a hole or crack somewhere in the old window's workings - the logy brown wasp staggers across the outer pane of glass.’
    lethargic, listless, lacking in energy, unenergetic, lifeless, inert, inactive, slow, torpid, dull, languid, apathetic, passive, unresponsive, weary, tired, fatigued, sleepy, half asleep, drowsy, heavy-eyed, enervated, somnolent
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Origin

Mid 19th century: of uncertain origin; compare with Dutch log heavy, dull.

Pronunciation:

logy

/ˈlōɡē/