Adjective(1) having or causing a whirling sensation; liable to falling(2) lacking seriousness; given to frivolity
(1) I got two comments in, which I am still young enough to be kind of giddy about.(2) I don't think he will appreciate us turning her into a giddy school girl with incoherent ramblings.(3) Gazette reporters spoke to Wiltshire musicians who have reached that giddy height.(4) It always made her feel giddy , though she did it nearly everyday it still excited her.(5) Gwen now giddy with relief almost forgot about Keily.(6) Even Alex's giddy sister turns out to be redeemable, and redemption is a very rare thing in political satire.(7) He was always the thoughtless, giddy boy that did everything for himself.(8) There are obvious logistical problems involved in protesting outside such a facility, and it was clear from the outset that the protest was not going to reach the giddy heights of previous campaigns.(9) Will saw that the look on his brother's face was eager, almost giddy , like that of a young child's, it was most pathetic.(10) From the giddy heights of primary seven, 11 and 12-year-olds are suddenly minnows in the educational hierarchy.(11) He was a charmingly giddy young man and upon hearing him laugh for the first time her heart skipped a beat, somewhat surprised.(12) She seemed more giddy , ditzy and seemed entirely too comfortable with the current crowd of males she was attracting.(13) She flinched at this, and tried her best to conceal how giddy with shock she was.(14) Feeling almost giddy with relief, Mary kept her head held high as she walked, not permitting herself to give into the feeling to look back as she went.(15) It's a mildly light-headed, giddy sensation that starts in the chest and spreads out through the body and along the limbs.(16) In the meantime, I've discovered that the book has its own website, which I guess is a mark of it reaching the giddy heights of serious social commentary for the new millennium.
(1) feel giddy :: teimlo'n benysgafn
1. dizzy ::
2. flighty ::
4. woozy ::
1. serious ::
2. sober ::
Different Formsgiddily, giddy
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