Antonyms for dizzied

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He had a vacant gaze as if the empty brilliance of the hall had dizzied him.

At the intersection the scent struck him with a force that dizzied him.

The chance had befallen her so suddenly that it dizzied her.

He stood leaning with his hand upon the side of the table, stunned and dizzied.

Billy stammered, dizzied by the suddenness of the onslaught.

She was dizzied by the conception of the capacity of her own body and soul for experience.

McTeague came and went furtively, dizzied and made uneasy by all this bustle.

Time passed until again he heard the geyser, and again was dizzied by the perfume.

It dizzied their brains, swarmed the vastness with hordes of little, dancing black specks like mosquitoes.

Dizzied and dumfounded by this circular marching, Doby closed his eyes and waited for death by violence.