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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - An impulsive scatterbrained manner; A reeling sensation.

Usage examples (36)
  • ROBERT GREGORY BROWNE: There was a certain giddiness I felt the first time out that has all but disappeared.
  • In the Balkan peninsula giddiness is unknown, and people start you along any ledge at height cheerily and recklessly.
  • I'm not sure the results are quite as bad as they look, but they're enough for me to temper my short-term giddiness ever-so slightly.
  • When he’s called on to be downbeat and serious, an out-of-character giddiness is prompted. for more
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