Thesaurus / dizzied

opposites of dizzied

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The effect of Bailey's final sentence had been to leave Emily dizzied by apprehension.
THE FLYING MERCURYELEANOR M. INGRAM
McTeague came and went furtively, dizzied and made uneasy by all this bustle.
MCTEAGUEFRANK NORRIS
I was overcome—I closed my eyes, and begged for a truce; my brain was dizzied and blinded, and became confused.
THE INSECTJULES MICHELET
He had a vacant gaze as if the empty brilliance of the hall had dizzied him.
THE NARROW HOUSEEVELYN SCOTT
When he got eighty-one votes for the presidential nomination in our party's national convention his brain was dizzied.
THE PLUM TREEDAVID GRAHAM PHILLIPS
Chilled, dizzied with the pain of the ever-increasing vibration, he gritted his teeth, awaiting he knew not what.
Dizzied and dumfounded by this circular marching, Doby closed his eyes and waited for death by violence.
STRANGE STORIES OF THE GREAT VALLEYABBIE JOHNSTON GROSVENOR
And then a thought smote me like a blow between the eyes, so that I dizzied a moment, and the day grew grey and the outlook blank.
THE YEOMAN ADVENTURERGEORGE W. GOUGH
I sat down with a stunned feeling, dizzied with the knowledge that seemed to blaze upon me with that horrid fear.
The chance had befallen her so suddenly that it dizzied her.
THE QUAINT COMPANIONSLEONARD MERRICK