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giddier, comparative; giddiest, superlative;
  1. Having a sensation of whirling and a tendency to fall or stagger; dizzy
    • - I felt giddy and had to steady myself
    • - Luke felt almost giddy with relief
  2. Disorienting and alarming, but exciting
    • - he has risen to the giddy heights of master
  3. Excitable and frivolous
    • - her giddy young sister-in-law
  1. Make (someone) feel excited to the point of disorientation
    • - the giddying speed of the revolving doors

  1. dizzy: having or causing a whirling sensation; liable to falling; "had a dizzy spell"; "a dizzy pinnacle"; "had a headache and felt giddy"; "a giddy precipice"; "feeling woozy from the blow on his head"; "a vertiginous climb up the face of the cliff"
  2. airheaded: lacking seriousness; given to frivolity; "a dizzy blonde"; "light-headed teenagers"; "silly giggles"
  3. (giddily) dizzily: in a giddy light-headed manner; "he walked around dizzily"
  4. (giddiness) an impulsive scatterbrained manner
  5. (giddiness) dizziness: a reeling sensation; a feeling that you are about to fall
  6. Giddy is a compilation album by Irish band Pugwash, featuring tracks from their four studio albums. It was released by Ape Records on September 29, 2009.
  7. In geometry, the great dodecicosahedron is a nonconvex uniform polyhedron, indexed as U63. Its vertex figure is a crossed quadrilateral.
  8. (Giddiness) Dizziness refers to an impairment in spatial perception and stability. It is considered imprecise. It can be used to mean vertigo, presyncope, disequilibrium, or for a non-specific feeling such as giddiness or foolishness.
  9. (giddiness) The state of being giddy
  10. (Giddiness) Étourdissement (symptom of alcohol poisoning)
  11. In his existential psychoanalysis of Baudelaire, Sartre wrongfully accuses that great idler of "bending over his own freedom and becoming giddy at the sight of the bottomless abyss. ...
  12. dizzy. Although giddy is a perfectly acceptable English word, it is used more often than dizzy.
  13. dizzy (both terms widely used)