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adjective as in giddy


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However, the very content that brought WhiteHat Jr to dizzying heights ultimately returned to haunt it.

From Quartz

Supply path optimization exercises can be long, involved processes with dizzying amounts of data, but they always promise to improve advertisers’ performance.

From Digiday

So it’s not just American politics that’s dizzying right now!

From Fortune

Bitcoin first broke $20,000 in December and has since been on a dizzying run that saw it eclipse $40,000 last week.

From Fortune

The gameplay showed very impressive engine work with a dizzying amount of environmental and particle effects.

Despite a dizzying number of women coming forward against her husband, Camille Cosby refuses to sharpen her blade of vengeance.

In between, The Dude is sometimes helped, but mostly hindered, by a dizzying array of quirky characters.

It was a dizzying time, and Shaquille handled an array of new situations with conspicuous aplomb.

Francis is, of course, the recipient of a dizzying number of invitations.

The drug- and alcohol-fueled excesses build to a dizzying climax that leaves you reeling.

What need to look to right or left when you are swallowing up free mile after mile of dizzying road?

At first I used to think the effect of so many people whirling round in the same direction dizzying and monotonous.

As for Larry, a dizzying, throbbing emotion permeated his whole astonished being.

For one wild, awful instant, Ruth felt that she would faint, for the world reeled around her in dizzying circles.

There, only a few feet above the water, it darted to the side once more—and fell, and skipped along the water at dizzying speed.

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On this page you'll find 29 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dizzying, such as: bewildering, dizzy, rapid, confused, faint, and fainting.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.