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Her throat hurt and she felt lightheaded, she told Pascal in Creole, and her muscles ached as if somebody had beaten her up.
AS COVID-19 RAVAGED THIS IOWA CITY, OFFICIALS DISCOVERED MEATPACKING EXECUTIVES WERE THE ONES IN CHARGEBY MICHAEL GRABELL AND BERNICE YEUNGDECEMBER 21, 2020PROPUBLICA
The captain saw at once that Jack was lightheaded and he humored him.
THE HIGHGRADERWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
I spent all the rest of the day doing almost nothing and thinking until I felt lightheaded.
THE MELTING OF MOLLYMARIA THOMPSON DAVIESS
The young girl thought that Valentin had grown lightheaded; she took the talisman and went to fetch the lamp.
THE MAGIC SKINHONORE DE BALZAC
Besides, I was beginning to feel lightheaded and worn out, partly from lack of food, no doubt.
PIECES OF EIGHTRICHARD LE GALLIENNE
Got a red face—toothache didn't make you a trifle lightheaded, did it?
MADELINE PAYNE, THE DETECTIVE'S DAUGHTERLAWRENCE L. LYNCH
In the night he was lightheaded, and all his talk was about you.
LOVE ME LITTLE, LOVE ME LONGCHARLES READE
She had got up feeling desperately nervous and almost lightheaded.
DECEMBER LOVEROBERT HICHENS
She was possessed of a strange, almost a lightheaded feeling.
MISSYDANA GATLIN
I was quite lightheaded, and madly expected to possess myself of a ticket immediately, and dance home in triumph.
CHARLES AUCHESTER, VOLUME 1 OF 2ELIZABETH SHEPPARD

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