Thesaurus / giddy

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At one recent event in Topeka, she seemed giddy when she described polls the campaign has said are turning her way.

It’s about taking time to process a shared, giddy leap into the future with the person you love most—and just because you can’t trek on a glacier doesn’t mean your love is anything less of an adventure.

I staggered to my feet, but felt so weak and giddy that I was compelled to fall back into a chair.

She was giddy, as if she had stooped too long over a hot fire and risen abruptly.

Vision HouseC. N. Williamson

Young, giddy, inexperienced and wilful, she was cast headlong into the most profligate court of Christendom.

If that giddy damsel can tell me the meeting in the garden was not by her own consent, I will again restore her to my confidence.

PhilotheaLydia Maria Child

I mean to write now until I have made you as giddy as a dancing dervish!

The influence of this giddy air displays itself in many secondary ways.

Essays of TravelRobert Louis Stevenson

But he was then young and giddy, and the impression made was but slight.

Johannes had a strange, giddy sensation as he walked beside her.

The QuestFrederik van Eeden

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