Antonyms for light-headed

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To bed with you, you canting hypocrite; your wound makes you light-headed.

Jon thought the excess of oxygen was making him light-headed.

I verily believe that at times I was light-headed in a sort of languid way.

I passed the night in the guardroom, chilled and wet, and now and then light-headed.

It was clear even to that light-headed lassie, my niece, at the first glance.

Your fighting in to-day's battle must have made you light-headed.

I was light-headed and don't remember much of that part of the journey.

She was in the street once more, feeling weak-kneed and light-headed.

Flora was not, among other things, frivolous or light-headed.

He had grown soft, and was light-headed, his knees all of a shake.

WORD ORIGIN

also lightheaded, "dizzy," 1530s; from light (adj.1) + head (n.). Related: Light-headedness.

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