Definition of 'giddy'
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February was a month of giddy excitement. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Excuse me for not getting overcome with giddy anticipation. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Initial scepticism soon gave way to a giddy rise. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You poised the sledge on a giddy height and down you would fly. The Sun (2010)The idea of walking up the aisle myself makes me feel giddy in a bad way. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Sometimes it becomes so giddy that it loses its footing. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They produce the feeling of a giddy high. The Sun (2008)But where does this giddy experience get us? Times, Sunday Times (2008)His embrace of alternative medicine makes doctors giddy. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Some were still feeling giddy when conversation turned to proposals to cap ticket prices for away fans. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You are on the ground and you're almost giddy. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Most disturbing is the almost giddy pleasure they take in each other's unhappiness. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Life at Leicester continues to reach giddy heights. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I am still confused and giddy as the ceremony at last gets under way. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Colour is a giddy delight. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I hope he is still bubbly, giddy and warm. The Sun (2007)I think they feel a bit giddy, suddenly. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Young White House officials were giddy with excitement. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Nobody has decided for definite; it's still just a giddy conversation about something that happens to other people. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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Translations for 'giddy'
British English: giddy ADJECTIVE
If you feel giddy, you feel unsteady and think that you are about to fall over, usually because you are not well.
He felt giddy and light-headed.
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