Arnold felt his head dizzy as though with strong wine.
Bill nodded; he felt dizzy and helplessly weak.
She held the door-handle, as she stood dizzy and weary.
Half-way to the top, Rhoda stopped, dizzy and afraid.
I feel like a dizzy creature standing at the edge of a precipice.
You'd get dizzy looking down prospect holes.
Them little old germs will all get dizzy and lose their holt.
Gradually these cleared away, and he sat up, feeling very dizzy and sick.
We poked along slowly at first, for I was still a bit dizzy from that blow.
With the Fifth Reader one reached the dizzy eminence of top.
But Agatha perceived nothing--she was dizzy and blind.
Definition of Dizzy
Having a sensation of whirling, with a tendency to fall; giddy; feeling unbalanced or lightheaded. | Producing giddiness. | Empty-headed, scatterbrained or frivolous.
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