dizzying[ diz-ee-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF dizzying
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIZZYING
A whirlpool caught the wreck, and there it eddied in dizzying circles.
The waves were lifting and dropping them in dizzying fashion.
Something suddenly ceased, leaving them in dizzying uncertainty.
And then they were in a lift that dropped into the depths of its shaft with dizzying speed.
Don Rafaele would have been concerned for a bird in such a dizzying situation.
A dizzying pleasure, bitter-sweet, enveloped this nearness to crime.
Beyond a doubt, the man was mad; yet his madness was vast, dizzying.
If she was poor, he might—well, he would not speculate upon that; it was too dizzying.
It was something mysterious and dizzying that resided in every particle of her individuality.
Russia is no longer the dizzying kaleidoscope that it was in 1917.