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Giddily vs. Giddy

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Giddilyadverb

In a giddy manner.

Giddyadjective

Dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down.

‘The man became giddy upon standing up so fast.’;

Giddilyadverb

In a giddy manner.

Giddyadjective

Causing dizziness: causing dizziness or a feeling of unsteadiness.

‘They climbed to a giddy height.’;

Giddilyadverb

in a giddy light-headed manner;

‘he walked around dizzily’;

Giddyadjective

Lightheartedly silly, or joyfully elated.

‘The boy was giddy when he opened his birthday presents.’;

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Giddyadjective

(archaic) Frivolous, impulsive, inconsistent, changeable.

Giddyverb

To make dizzy or unsteady.

Giddyverb

To reel; to whirl.

Giddyadjective

Having in the head a sensation of whirling or reeling about; having lost the power of preserving the balance of the body, and therefore wavering and inclined to fall; lightheaded; dizzy.

‘By giddy head and staggering legs betrayed.’;

Giddyadjective

Promoting or inducing giddiness; as, a giddy height; a giddy precipice.

‘Upon the giddy footing of the hatches.’;

Giddyadjective

Bewildering on account of rapid turning; running round with celerity; gyratory; whirling.

‘The giddy motion of the whirling mill.’;

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Giddyadjective

Characterized by inconstancy; unstable; changeable; fickle; wild; thoughtless; heedless.

‘Young heads are giddy and young hearts are warm.’;

Giddyverb

To reel; to whirl.

Giddyverb

To make dizzy or unsteady.

Giddyadjective

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’;

Giddyadjective

lacking seriousness; given to frivolity;

‘a dizzy blonde’; ‘light-headed teenagers’; ‘silly giggles’;

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