dizzy[ diz-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF dizzy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIZZY
For as he tried to sit up, he fell back sick and dizzy on the bed.
Harriet's climbing was not so rapid as to make her dizzy; but business was coming.
My head is so dizzy, and my eyes so——What do you think, sir?
"Hardly," replied Christian, gazing upwards at the dizzy height.
The tremendous shaking had made her dizzy, and she lost her memory for some days.
She was dizzy and had to put her hand on the rock to steady herself.
I—I feel like a dizzy creature standing at the edge of a precipice.
Gervaise, dizzy, her heart full, pressed her handkerchief to her lips.
He tried to stand, but his head swam and he became so dizzy that he feared to fall.
Dizzy from his rapid glide downwards, Juve raised his lantern.